Clinic Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Clinic: Mrs. Jean Apps

Mrs. Cherryl Redmond


Ph: 470-254- 3718

Fax: 470-254- 3844

Allergies and Medical Conditions

The clinic is responsible for updating all student health records Please keep us informed of any changes in medical status, medication dosage, or new allergies.

Emergency Contact

Please notify us of any new phone numbers, or emergency contacts that might have changed since registration. In the event of an emergency this will ensure that we can contact you in a timely and efficient manner.

Additional Information

Trish Vacarella RN., is the Northview Cluster nurse who works with our clinic here at NHS. Should you need any further assistance/clarifications, feel free to email her at

For additional information on Diabetes, Seizures, Asthma, Food Allergies, Scoliosis and more, please visit Fulton County Schools Student Health Services Resources page

Frequently asked Questions:

Is my child too sick for school?

Your child should stay home from school when:

  • fever is 100.4 or higher (return to school when fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • frequent cough
  • persistent pain (earache, stomachache, headache)
  • conjunctivitis (pink eye)- may return 24 hours after starting antibiotic treatment

Need more information? Check out this link from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Can a student carry over the counter medications (OTC) in their backpack/lunchbox/purse?

High school students are allowed to carry certain medications with them during the school day, field trips, or other school related activities. Medications that are allowed are: Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen, Antacids, Cough or throat lozenges, Midol, and Oral Antihistamines. Meds should be in their original container/blister pack and should not be expired.

What is required to leave OTC meds in the clinic to be taken “as needed” ?

If you would like the clinic to hold your child's non-prescription meds please fill out the SHS-1 form (Authorization to dispense meds) with your signature and the "non-prescription" part of the form filled out. Again, meds should be in their original container/blister pack and not be expired.

What if my child requires antibiotics or other short-term prescription medications?

The SHS-1 form will need to be filled out by both the parent and the prescribing physician. Medicine should be brought to clinic in the original container. Please make sure the doctor has written frequency and dosage instructions on the form.


SHS Parent Information
Allergy Care Plan
Asthma Action Plan
SHS-1 Form
SHS-2 Form
Diabetes Care Plan
Seizure Care Plan