WELCOME BACK RAIDERS!!
Sannyu Carlton, RN, BSN
Office phone: 980 343-6800
Cell phone: 704 621-8450
Nurse fax: 704 432-2079
School fax: 980 343-6796
Hi I'm Nurse Carlton. I received my RN and BSN from Queens University and have been a nurse for 17 years. I have 4 children, one in college and 3 in CMS schools. I love to travel and to eat. I worked for Carolinas Healthcare Systems for 10 years and for the last 7, I have been the school nurse here at Ranson IB Middle School. In addition to Ranson, I have also covered numerous other schools; elementary, middle, and high school. Ranson is by far my favorite place to be! I am here to assist the scholars increase their health knowledge base and maintain their health so it is not a barrier to their success. Some barriers to learning that I can assist with might be a need for glasses, a chronic illness that needs managing such as asthma, diabetes, seizures, severe allergies, or attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD). I am also here to assist with any illness or injury and can administer medication if needed. My goal is to keep all scholars in class, on task, and ready to learn.
Health Room News!
We have been having some beautiful weather! I am now seeing allergy symptoms in the School Health Room. If your scholar suffers from seasonal allergies, you may want to medicate them before coming to school in the morning.
I want to remind you that we are still in the middle of flu season and it has been very tough this year. Stay away from people who are sick. Wash hands throughout the day. Get plenty of rest and fluids and don't skip meals. Symptoms of the flu include:
If you have the flu, stay home until you are better. If you have a fever, do not return to work or school until you have been fever free 24 hours without medicine.
Sannyu Carlton, RN, BSN
MEDICATION AND EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS: Please inform the front office if your scholar needs to take medicine at school. All medications, even over the counter meds, need a medication authorization form completed by your doctor and signed by a parent. You must provide the medicine in the original bottle with the label from pharmacy. If your scholar has a chronic illness, such as asthma, severe allergies, seizures, or diabetes, please complete an Emergency Action Plan. These forms are very important in helping us keep your scholar safe and healthy while a school.
Medication Authorization Form for CMS Students ENGLISH PDF (Opens in New Window)
Medication Authorization Form for CMS Students SPANISH PDF (Opens in New Window)
Dietary Restriction Form for CMS Students ENGLISH PDF (Opens in New Window)
Dietary Restriction Form for CMS Students SPANISH PDF (Opens in New Window)