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Screen Free Week
The week of May 2-8 is designated as “Screen-Free Week,” an opportunity for children, families and communities to turn off televisions, smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles for seven days and spend their screen-free time playing, reading, thinking, creating, exercising, exploring and spending more time with family and friends. This initiative, formerly termed TV-Turnoff, is coordinated by Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, a national advocacy organization devoted to reducing the impact of commercialism on children. Since the Week’'s founding in 1994, it has been celebrated by millions of children and their families worldwide. Please see the file below for more information.
Nutritional Highlights
March is National Nutrition Month and as we spring into the active upcoming season -- sports nutrition is a hot topic for athletes and weekend warriors! Please see the Link below on Sports Nutrition Highlights.
Nutritional Highlights
Click the link below for this month's Healthy Lifestyle News, Serving Size Surprise!
Nutritional Highlights
We wish you all a happy and healthy New Year!. A great way to start is to commit to a healthy lifestyle. See the file below for the 7 Healthy Habits and how to put them into practice.
Nutritional Highlights
This month's Nutrition Highlights is all about dining out -- Be Smart When Dining Out! 'Tis the season for holiday dining and gatherings. See below practical tips for trying to keep it healthy and happy!
Pertussis Cases in Monmouth County Report see file below
Nutritional Highlights
Great new Nutritional Highlights for the School Year. See the Announcements below. More to come throughout the school year.
Influenza Information for Parents
Please see the file below to learn more about influenza. provided by the CDC.
Head Lice Prevention and Control
National Association of School Nurses Provides “Don’t Be Bugged by Head Lice” Information – News media have recently reported the rise of treatment-resistant head lice. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides evidence-based resources for many health issues, including head lice. In addition, the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) has partnered with the pharmaceutical company, Sanofi Pasteur on the educational initiative Headfirst Lice Lessons to help school nurses and parents deal with head lice. For more information, go to the CDC’s Head Lice Prevention and Control web page and the NASN’s online Head Lice Resources page.
Sports-Related Eye Injury Fact Sheet
Mealses Information
Click here for more information.
You can learn more about measles by logging on to the Bergen County Department of Health Services website at or by calling 201-634-2600 and asking to speak to a Public Health Professional regarding Measles. If you have specific questions or concerns about your child’s health, please contact your healthcare provider.
Influenza Information for Parents
 Asthma Medication Form.pdf
Asthma Medication Form - All Schools
Health History Form - Elementary Schools Only
Immunization Form - Elementary Schools Only
 Medication authorization[1]byrd.doc
Medication authorization Byrd School
 Medication authorization[1]central.d
Medication Authorization
Kids Cooking Healthy!
Spring into Sports Nutrition!
The Whole Grain Story
Physical Examination Form - Elementary Schools Only
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