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Hello Cardinal Huskies! 

The mission of our health staff is to provide a safe and healthy learning environment in our schools and to keep the students in class for optimal learning.  In order to achieve this mission, health staff duties include caring for injuries and illnesses, managing health records, completing state required vision and hearing screenings, and working with parents and teachers to coordinate students’ health needs.  

Our current health staff includes Marie Roake, RN at the Middle and High School and Danielle Krebs, RN at Jordak Elementary. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your student or any necessary health paperwork please reach out at 440-632-0261. 

The extensions are x4005 for the Middle School, x5005 for the High School, and  x2003 for Jordak Elementary.

Medication Guideline Changes:

Dear Parents/Guardians,
In order to more fully align our daily practices in the health offices with the current school board policy we are implementing a change to the medication policy.  Beginning on Monday, October 31, 2022, we will no longer be able to administer any medication to your student without a prescription.  This means that all medications, including over-the-counter medications, will require a prescription from a licensed physician before we are able to administer them.  Please remember that all medications must be brought in by a parent or guardian for legal and safety reasons.  Any medications previously dropped off must be picked up by an adult by Thursday, November 3, 2022.  A more detailed note about this change was sent home with students last week.  If you have any questions or need a copy of the note please contact the health staff at your student’s school.
Thank you,
Marie Roake, Cardinal Middle & High School Nurse
Danielle Krebs, Jordak Elementary Health Aide

Criteria for Sending Home/Return to School: Please refer to the following guidelines to better understand how district health staff are determining which students need to be sent home and when, and when they can return to school. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as it will be our practice to err on the side of caution.  |  SCHOOL EXCLUSION CRITERIA  |  RETURN TO SCHOOL POLICY

2023 Immunization Summary

District Medication Guidelines

Medical Information/Forms

NEW Vaccination Requirements for 7th & 12th Graders

Grade 7: students will be required to have a recent Tdap and MCV4 (Meningococcal) Vaccine. Proof of receiving these vaccines is required to be on file in the school office prior to the first day of school. Proof of vaccine can be in the form of a recent immunization record or a note from the Doctor / Heath department that the vaccine was given.

Grade 12: New requirement starting the 2016-2017 school year, grade 12 students will be required to show proof of MCV4 (Meningococcal) vaccine prior to the first day of school. If MCV4 was given prior to age of 16 years, a 2nd dose is required prior to the start of grade 12. Proof of vaccine can be in the form of a recent immunization record or a note from the Doctor / Heath department that the vaccine was given.

Click here for more information on the meningococcal vaccine.

Please give all updated immunization information to the school as soon as your child receives the vaccine.

****If your child has already received these vaccines please make sure documentation is sent in.

****If you choose not to have your child vaccinated, please print, complete and return this exemption form to your child’s school.


Please feel free to contact the school nurse with any questions or concerns:

  • JES Health Aide: Mrs. Danielle Krebs- danielle.krebs@cardinalschools.org; 440-632-0261 x2003
  • CMS Nurse: Mrs. Marie Roake – marie.roake@cardinalschools.org; 440-632-0261 x4005
  • CHS Nurse: Mrs. Marie Roake – marie.roake@cardinalschools.org; 440-632-0261 x5005