• Nurse’s Office and Student Health
    CPS Health Office               


    Jen Sedlacek BSN, RN, CSN-NJ

    Email Address: jsedlacek@cpsnj.org

    Address: 10 School Street, Clinton, NJ 08809

    Phone Number: (908) 735-8512 Ext 500

    Fax Number: (908) 735-5895


    Dear Clinton Public School Families,

    During this difficult and challenging time we are working hard to keep our students safe, healthy and ready to learn. We are actively collaborating, cooperating, and consulting with our school staff, parents and health department. 

    Please continue to let us know if your child experiences medical issues, whether COVID-19 related or other signs of illness. Continue to reinforce preventative strategies such as, getting vaccinated, wearing facemasks-especially indoors or when in a crowded area or transmission is high or when unable to maintain physical distancing, and frequent hand washing. Together we will promote the health and safety of our students and communities as we navigate this pandemic. 

    Please visit our COVID-19 information and parent resources page for up to date important NJ and Hunterdon county website links!

    COVID   Nurse's COVID-19 Resource Page  COVID



    Overview of Health Office Services

    Good health is basic to sound education and productive living. The purpose of the school health program is to maintain, improve and promote the health of the school-age child. Parents should feel free to contact the school nurse about health concerns regarding their children.

    Fever of 100 degrees or more, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, cough, congestion, runny nose, sore throat, muscle aches, fatigue and a loss of taste or smell are COVID-19-like symptoms and should be reported to the health office. If your child has COVID-like symptoms, please have him/her stay home, self-quarantine and call your healthcare provider and the health office.

    Please notify the school nurse if your child develops any other contagious illnesses or conditions, such as, flu, chicken pox, head lice, impetigo, pink eye, scarlet fever, strep throat, etc. Children may return to school 24 hours after an antibiotic has been started for a strep infection or pink eye.

    Illnesses occurring or developing during the school day will be evaluated by the school nurse and the student will either be sent home or allowed to rest in the Health Office. If your child needs to be sent home, you, the parent or guardian, will be notified so arrangements can be made and picked up within 30 minutes. Emergency information should be kept current with the nurse school so you can reached in the event of an emergency.

    To promote a healthy lifestyle children should be dressed appropriately for the season and specific weather. It is important that your child gets a good night's sleep and eats a nutritious breakfast every day before coming to school. 

    Height, weight, and blood pressure screenings are performed yearly on each student. Vision screenings are performed every other year. Students are screened in PreK through 2nd and then four, six, and eight. Hearing screenings are performed annually for students in PreK through grade three and then 7th. If a student has difficulty with the initial screening the student will be re-evaluated. If there is a problem after the second screening a referral will be sent home requesting an examination and evaluation by a physician. If, at any time, you suspect a problem with your child’s vision or hearing and would like to have your child tested, please contact the school nurse and the testing will be performed.

    Scoliosis screening is performed every other year on students that are 10 years of age and older. Students in grades 5 and 7 are checked. If there is any deviation from the norm a referral is sent home requesting an examination and evaluation by a physician.


Last Modified on August 24, 2021