Trejo, Caryl

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Nurse Trejo

C. Trejo

Hello, my name is Caryl Trejo and I am the nurse at Clardy Elementary. Before coming to the El Paso Independent school system in 1995, I worked in local hospitals for 15 years. I truly enjoy taking care of our students and their health and academic success is my priority. First aid, administering of medications with doctor’s orders, hearing and vision screenings, and health and wellness programs are all part of my daily activities in the nurses office at Clardy Elementary. Important information from the EPISD Health Services Office Policy is as follows: 

  “Students with contagious infections need to stay home so they will not expose others. If your child is sent home with a communicable illness, please contact the school nurse so the parent(s) of other classmates may be alerted of symptoms. 

  • Children must be fever free for 24 hours without fever medication before returning to school.
  • If you find head lice in your child’s hair, please notify the school nurse. Upon return to school, bring your child to the clinic first so the school nurse can help you be sure your child is free of nits before returning to class.
  • A child with chicken pox may return to school when all of the lesions have scabbed (usually 5-7 days).
  • Impetigo, ringworm, shingles and scabies must be under treatment to return to school. In some cases lesions may have to be covered.
  • If you child has reoccurring vomiting and/or diarrhea, they must stay home.
  • A child with bacterial Pink Eye (thick drainage and redness of the whites of the eyes throughout) may return to school after 24 hours of physician prescribed treatment.”


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