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School Nurse
School Nurse
Grace Negretti, RN 573-732-5615 District/HS
Jeanette Weppner, LPN 573-732-5365 Elem/Middle
What's New for School
What's New for School
1) Medication MUST be brought to school by the parent/guardian. NO medications are to be brought to school by the student if he/she rides the bus. Permission slips must be signed by the parent/guardian prior to administration at school by the nurse. All medications (over the counter and prescribed) must be in original packaging.

2) Any new medical conditions which arise during the school year requiring special nursing treatments MUST have a doctor's note.

3) Student's immunizations must be kept up to date. Student's will not be allowed to attend school until a copy of current immunizations has been brought to the nurse. You may contact the nurse with any questions regarding this matter. The nursing staff will send out a reminder of which shots need to be updated.
Immunization Information
Immunization Information
The Crawford County Health Department in Steelville has shot clinics every Wednesday from 8-11:30 AM and 1:00- 5:30 PM. Student must be accompanied by parent if 18 or under. Please call 573-775-2555 EXT #1 for more information.

Wal-Mart and Walgreen's pharmacies also provide immunizations and are covered under most insurances. Please call their pharmacy for more information.

Remember, if your child is going in to 8th grade he/she must have a TDAP booster and a Meningitis vaccine to be compliant with state requirements.
If your child is entering 12th grade he/she will need a Meningitis vaccine. Please call the school nurse for more information.
Wellness Committee
Due to several staff being unable to attend a formal meeting this year, we will be conducting the meeting via email. Please feel free to email me with any concerns or questions regarding the CCRI Wellness policy. If you are interested in joining the committee please call or email me at 573-732-5615 or
Thank you

National Child Passenger Safety Week

about 1 year ago

Did you know that 4 out of 5 child safety seats are improperly installed? Keeping children safe in a vehicle means not only putting them in the right child restraint at the right age, but also making sure those restraints are properly installed.

As part of National Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Week, scheduled for September 17th - 23rd 2017, the Missouri Department ​of Transportation (MoDOT) is providing educational information to parents/caregivers that can be found at You will have access to links for CPS brochures, posters, and other printed materials available to the public; information about Missouri laws regarding child passenger safety; a link that will help you locate a CPS Technician or an Inspection Station in your area; and, a link to recall information on your child safety seat.

Please, take this opportunity to educate yourself about the importance of the proper installation of your child's safety restraint.