YOUR CHILD’S ATTENDANCE AND ILLNESS

It can be hard to know when to send children to school if they tell you that they do not feel well. We want to keep your child learning when feeling up to it, while keeping other students healthy, as well.

To return to school, they must be fever-free without the use of Tylenol/ Motrin (antipyretics).

A note from your health care provider is not always necessary, but you should follow up with your health care provider if your child has worsening symptoms or is not getting better, is in severe pain,has an unknown rash, and / or continued vomiting and diarrhea.

PLEASE CALL THE SCHOOL NURSE WITH ANY HEALTH CONCERNS OR QUESTIONS.  (845) 457 – 2400

 

SCHOOL NURSES

High School: x 17700
Middle School: x 16700
ALC: x 13700
Berea Elementary: x 11700
East Coldenham Elementary: x 12700
Montgomery Elementary: x 14700
Walden Elementary: x 15700

Other Support Needed?

Student assistance counselors and guidance
counselors are also available, should you have
questions or concerns about other issues that
are keeping your child home from school

ATTENDANCE OFFICES 

High School: x 17507
Middle School: x 16507
ALC: x 13505
Berea Elementary: x 11507
East Coldenham Elementary: x12507
Montgomery Elementary: x 14507
Walden Elementary: x 15507

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE COUNSELORS

High School: x 17643, x 17647
Middle School: x 16241, x 16614
Berea Elementary: x 11647
East Coldenham Elementary: x12006
Montgomery Elementary: x 14645
Walden Elementary: x 15650

GUIDANCE COUNSELORS

High School:
Last names A-GIb: x17601
Last names Gie-Paz: x17602
Last names Pe-Z: x17603

Middle School:
Last names A-F: x16613
Last names G-O: x16611
Last names P-Z: x16612

ALC: x13160