Welcome to the EAMS Nurses' Office 

    Mrs. Nancy Becker, MSN, RN, CSN 

    Certified School Nurse 
    717-361-7525 ext. 31729  or  717-361-4877 
    school cell (during school hours) 717-537-8539 

    Megan Meinsler, RN

    Health Room Nurse
    717-361-7525 ext. 31730  
     Nurses' Office Fax 717-367-1513 
    We encourage communication about your child's health concerns and would be happy to discuss how we can best help your student.  If your child has an accident away from school, is hospitalized, or is receiving special medical attention, please keep us informed.  A healthcare provider must write an order for your child to use crutches or other assistive devices; we will then provide an elevator key to your child for safe ambulation. 
    The Nurses' Office is open from 7:15 AM to 3:00 PM on school days.  Please call or email Mrs. Becker if you would like to set up an appointment between 2:45-3:15.
    Regarding Sports physicals:  We receive frequent questions about what is required for school sports.  Click here to visit the District site where you can download the PIAA physical form and other forms required prior to participation.  

    Coronavirus Information

    COVID-19 Symptoms for reference:

    Major symptoms:  fever (100.4 or greater), cough, new loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, fatigue; muscle or body aches

    Secondary symptoms:  headache, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea

    CDC COVID-19 Guidance


    EASD COVID-19 Page

    Highlights of the 2022-2023 Health & Safety Plan are as follows:

    What to do if your child is showing COVID-19 symptoms?
    Students should stay home from school if they are experiencing any symptoms associated with COVID-19. Per our board-approved Health and Safety plan, it is up to each parent/guardian to determine when their child is healthy enough to return to school.

    My child has tested positive for COVID-19. When can he/she return to school?
    Per our board-approved Health and Safety plan, it is up to each parent/guardian to determine when their child is healthy enough to return to school following a positive COVID-19 test. We do encourage families to follow these three basic RECOMMENDATIONS from our school physician (Penn State Health) when their child has tested positive for COVID-19. With parents, guardians, and students following these recommendations on when to return to school, the District hopes to avoid the need to transition to virtual learning due to a COVID-19 outbreak in our schools.

    • RECOMMENDATION #1: Stay home from school for a minimum of five days after testing positive for COVID-19, regardless of how severe the symptoms are.
    • RECOMMENDATION #2: Only return when the student tests negative for COVID-19 OR COVID-19 symptoms are resolving. Resolving symptoms include fever free for at least 24 hours without fever-reducing medication AND other COVID- 19 symptoms (cough, loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath, body aches, chills, fatigue, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, headache, nausea, diarrhea) are improving.
    • RECOMMENDATION #3: While masking is a personal choice, students returning to school are encouraged to wear a face-covering for up to the tenth day after their positive COVID-19 test.


    CDC: Handwashing Instructions

    Game--Don't Touch Your Face


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