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Health Care Services

Healthcare services in Penn-Harris-Madison schools are provided by St. Joseph Regional Medical Center utilizing both registered nurses and health aides. Health care providers respond to emergencies and work with students and parents to improve student wellness in order to support learning.

Theresa Verslype, R.N. B.S.N., Coordinator of School Health Services for P-H-M,  Grissom Middle School   633-4061

Elm Road Elementary School and pre-school

Kim Makowski, R.N., Discovery Middle School   674-6010

Horizon Elementary School, Mary Frank Elementary School and pre-school, Northpoint Elementary School

Lorna Pullen, R.N. B.N., Schmucker Middle School 259-5661

Elsie Rogers Elementary School and pre-school

Melanie Osborn, R.N., Prairie Vista Elementary School

Madison Elementary School, Meadow's Edge Elementary School, Moran Elementary School, Walt Disney Elementary School

Sally Dikos, R.N. B.S.N., Penn High School and Pennway,  254-2834

Health Aides

Amy Schaefer, Bittersweet Elementary

Beth Keller, Elm Road Elementary School

Linda Bigelow, Elsie Rogers Elementary School

Janice Mills, Horizon Elementary School

Martha Fisher, Mary Frank Elementary School

Loralee Courtney, Meadow's Edge Elementary School

Janice Janesheski, Moran Elementary School

TBA, Northpoint Elementary School

Beth Keller, Prairie Vista Elementary School

Kristen Reynolds, Discovery Middle School and Penn High School

Pat Marvel, Penn High School

Amy Schaefer, Schmucker Middle School

Jessica Jaworski, Walt Disney Elementary School


2014-2015 School Year Indiana State Department of Health School Immunization Requirements

The Indiana State Department of Health has updated the immunization requirements for the 2014-2015 school year. Here are the changes to the requirements:

  • Incoming kindergarten students must have 2 Hepatitis A vaccinations (new requirement) by the first day of school in August.
  • For current 11th grade students to enter the 12th grade in the fall, you must have a second dose of the meningococcal vaccine (new requirement) by the first day of school in August.
  • For current 5th grade students to enter the 6th grade in the fall, you must have a Tdap, Meningococcal, and 2 varicella vaccines by the first day of school in August.

Check out this flyer to see all of the changes to the requirements for the 2014-2015 school year.

Please call your health care provider to discuss getting an appointment now so that your student's education will not be interrupted in August 2014. If you have any questions, please call your school health office.

Frequently Asked Questions About  School Immunization Requirements for 2014-2015 school year


Forms you can print related to medications:

Authorization to administer non-prescription medication

Authorization to Administer Medication for Elementary/Middle School Students

Authorization to Administer Medication for High School Students

Authorization for Student to Carry Emergency Medications

Objection to Immunizations for Religious Reasons

Objection to Immunizations for Health Reasons

Medical Statement for Children with Special Needs in the School Breakfast/Lunch Program