Health Office

Health Forms

All students should have a Health History Form and an Immunization Form on file in the health office.

Health History Form          Immunization Record Form

Medication at School

If your child needs to take medication at school, whether it is prescribed or over-the-counter, the medication and an authorization form needs to be submitted to the health office.

Prescribed Medication Authorization Form

Over-the-Counter Medication Authorization Form

Allergies and/or Asthma

For students with severe/life threatening allergies requiring an auto-inject medication (e.g., Epipen), a life-threatening allergy specific authorization form (from your child’s doctor) replaces the Prescription Medication Authorization form.

For students with Asthma requiring an inhaler, an Asthma Action Plan from your child’s doctor may replace the Prescription Medication Authorization form.

If either of the above forms are needed, please contact the school health office or main school office.

COVID-19 Information

St. John’s is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment for the 2022-2023 school year. If you have questions about any of the information below, please contact the school office. 651-633-1522 x1118

COVID-19 Prevention Guidelines
  • Stay home when sick
    • Students and staff who are ill should stay home from school and activities.
    • Students and staff experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should seek testing
  • Positive COVID-19 Cases
    • St. John the Baptist School will continue to report positive cases to MDH as required
    • All positive staff and student cases should be reported to school
    • Individuals who test positive will be asked to follow public health guidelines for exclusion (5 day of exclusion, return wearing a mask days 6-10).
  • Close contacts and exposures
    • Quarantines are no longer required for close contacts or following exposure
What to do if you have COVID-19
  • Regardless of vaccination status, stay home for the next five days.
  • If your student no longer has a fever and symptoms are improving, they can return to school on day six wearing a well-fitting mask through day ten.
  • After five days, if your student still has a fever or your symptoms have worsened or are not getting better, they will need to stay home until the fever is gone and they are feeling better.
  • Note: Students and staff who are unable to wear a mask will need to isolate for 10 days rather than return after five days or must have two negative tests 48 hours apart (for example on day 4 and day 6).