North School Nursing Staff:

Chris Mitchell, RN, BSN
M-F 8:30am-3:00pm
(603)432-6933 ext. 4106

Tami Thibodeau, RN, BSN
M-F 10:00am - 3:30pm
(603)432-6933 ext. 4105

Fax: (603)425-1006

 Immunizations Required for School:

Please refer to The NH Department of Health and Human Services for immunization requirements for school enrollment. If your child is not up to date on immunizations please contact nursing prior to enrollment. If our records indicate that your child is not up to date on their immunizations nursing will also notify you. Below is the link to view all immunization requirements. Please call nursing with questions.

When to keep your child home from school:


When to stay home


When to return to school

Fever: with a temperature of 100 or greater

Fever free (temp under 100 degrees) without medications to reduce fever (Tylenol or Motrin) x 24 hours.

Diarrhea or loose stools

24 hours symptom free

Nausea and vomiting

24 hours symptom free

Undiagnosed skin rash

When the rash has resolved or has been diagnosed as non-contagious by your child's physician, please provide a note form physician if seen.

Conjunctivitis (symptoms may be redness, itching or increased tearing of the eye)

24 hours after first dose of
antibiotic treatment

 Influenza ("Flu") season in NH is generally through the winter and into spring. Please contact nursing if your child has been diagnosed with Influenza or you suspect that your child may have Influenza. Influenza spreads quickly within school settings and with your assistance we can minimize the spread of Influenza here at North School. We ask that if your child has any of the symptoms of Influenza in the red above that you keep your child home to rest.  Also, refer to this Influenza Informational Guide from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more information.