• In collaboration with the schools and the Department of Safety & Security, Student Health Services works to ensure children stay healthy, safe and ready to learn. Our Registered School Nurses and Clinic Assistants work as a team to manage health services at school and serve as the key resource in caring for your child.

    Authorization to Give Medicine at School (SHS1)
    Students needing to take prescription or non-prescription drugs during the school day must bring the medicine in a properly marked container along with a completed authorization form to the school clinic. 
    Authorization to Give Medicine at School Form

     

    Authorization to Carry Medicine at School (SHS2)
    Students needing to carry a prescription inhaler, EpiPen, insulin, or other approved medication, must complete the following form and supporting documentation and bring to the school clinic. 
    Authorization to Carry Medicine at School

     

    Fulton County Schools Student Health Services Resources page
    Student Health Services

     2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR HEALTH SERVICES INFORMATION

    Letter to the Parents

     

     

Lula M. Battle, Clinic Assistant
  • Lula M. Battle

    Clinic Assistant

    battlel2@fultonschools.org

    470-254-8769