Robinswood Middle School's medical assistant works with students who become ill or injured at school. Students requiring services will be sent to the clinic with a pass from their teacher. Parents will be notified as needed, so it is critical that all parents complete an Emergency Information Card for each student and update this information as changes occur.

All medications taken at school must be dispensed from the clinic. Therefore, if it is necessary for a student to take any form of medication at school, the parent must bring the medication in the original prescription bottle. Parent/guardian must also complete an Authorization for Medication form before a student is permitted to take medication at school. Students are not to carry any medication, over-the-counter or prescription, at any time during the school day.

Health Screenings:

All health screenings (i.e. vision, hearing, etc) are conducted through our school's clinic. If any observations are made that needs further medical attention, information will be sent home to parents or guardians. It is the parent's or guardian's responsibility to follow-up on information derived from the screenings.

Shot Records:

State of Florida law stipulates the required shots students need to enter and remain in public schools. Based on a students age and/or grade level, it may become necessary for additional shots to be received. All shot records are evaluated by the clinic to determine whether or not they are up-to-date. Any student not current on their required shots will not be allowed into a classroom until the state's requirements are met. It is imperative that parents of all students, particularly students moving from 6th grade to 7th grade, review their shot records annually to ensure that the records they have are current.

For more information, please contact our school's clinic: