The Burlington Elementary Health Services team is here to support the needs of your student. In partnership with St. Vrain’s Health Services Department, we strives to remove barriers due to health concerns to encourage educational engagement by providing high quality nursing and health services to support and advocate for student health needs in close collaboration with families, staff and the community.
Health Services Forms and Resources
Please click the link below to access our Medication Administration Form, Individual Health Plan Forms, and other resources.
Health Requirements for Spark! Discovery Preschool Students
Colorado law requires children in school to have an immunization record on file and to have the required immunizations. Make sure your child has the required immunizations before school starts.
Follow this link for a list of immunization requirements from the Colorado Department of Public Health
Cold and flu viruses can spread easily, especially as the weather gets colder and students spend more time indoors. Give your child a good foundation for optimal health by modeling and encouraging these practices in your household:
- Get a good night’s sleep, especially on school nights.
- Eat nutritious food.
- Drink water.
- Get plenty of exercise and fresh air. As long as the outside temperature is above freezing, bundle up and go outside anyway.
- Wash hands often with soap and water.
- Use tissues for runny noses and wash hands afterward.
- Cough in your sleeve or shirt rather than in your hands.
All medications must be kept in the health office. These include:
- Over-the-counter medicines, such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and cough syrup.
- Prescription medicines.
- Natural and holistic supplements.
Students can carry lip balm, cough drops, and lotion with them. These items are not to be shared with others.
If you have any questions, please contact our Health Clerk, at 303-776 8861 x2012
Towel Donations Appreciated
At the beginning of each school year, the health office collects kitchen or bath towels to be cut up for ice packs. Any color that doesn’t bleed (usually any color other than red!) is acceptable. Thank you.
Healthy Kids Initiative
Boulder County Healthy Kids has partnered with Saint Vrain Valley School District to provide health insurance liaisons to help students and their families enroll in health insurance and to access affordable health care. Healthy Kids helps families enroll in Medicaid, Children’s Health Plan Plus (CHP+), and links families to Connect for Health Colorado.
For more information follow this link Healthy Kids Initiative