District 67 provides a health office equipped for first aid treatment in each school building. Certified School Nurses and Registered Nurses provide health care in these offices.
Cherokee Elementary School
Judith Flaherty, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN
Submit Your Cherokee Health Forms
Everett Elementary School
Kathleen Shalala, RN
Submit Your Everett Health Forms
Sheridan Elementary School
Charlene Fritz-Brennan, RN
Submit Your Sheridan Health Forms
Deer Path Middle School East - Grades 5/6
Anjanae Stieber, RN
Submit Your Deer Path East Forms
Deer Path Middle School West - Grades 7/8
Heather Egenthal, RN
Submit Your Deer Path West Forms
Please remember to notify your school office if your contact information changes so your school nurse can keep you informed of any health concerns, and to insure your student's health record and emergency form are up to date.
For a listing of School Social Workers and Psychologists, please visit the Student Services webpage.
Reporting an Absence
Telephone the school office within one hour of the start of school if your child will be absent (if you reach your school office voice menu, press "1" to report an absence). Please report any communicable childhood diseases (e.g., chicken pox, impetigo, “strep” throat, conjunctivitis, etc.). The school will respect the privacy of the individual child, and may notify families of exposure to infectious disease.
Please contact your s
- Cherokee: 847-234-3805
- Everett: 847-234-5713
- Sheridan: 847-234-1160
- DPM Grades 5/6: 847-615-4470
(press "1" to report an absence)
- DPM Grades 7/8: 847-604-7400
(press "1" to report an absence)
How do I know if my child is sick enough to stay home from school?
Please use your best judgement or contact your child's physician. Children who appear ill before school should not be sent to school so that your child will be available for learning, and to control communicable disease in school.Please keep your child at home:
- Until free of fever for 24 hours without the aid of fever-reducing medications. (Fever is a temperature 100.0 or higher.)
- Until free of vomiting and diarrhea for 24 hours.
- Until after 24 hours on a prescribed antibiotic treatment regime.
Medical Forms and Reports
SCHOOL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW
State of Illinois Required Forms
Certificate of Child Health Examination
Certificate of Religious Exemption Form
Dental Examination Waiver Form
ISBE Immunization Reports
District 67 Forms
District Food Allergy/Anaphylaxis Procedures
D67/D115 Anaphylaxis Response Committee
Food Allergy Emergency Care Plan
Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Dial 988
Safe2Help Illinois Helpline: Dial 844-4-SAFEIL 24/7, Free & Confidential
Cerebral Palsy Guide provides free educational materials, financial resources, and support options for families affected by this condition and other birth injuries.
LEAD Text-for-Help is a mental health crisis text hotline that is available 24/7, fully confidential, and staffed by licensed mental health counselors.
MOCHA (Mothers of Children Having Allergies) is a group of parents sharing information and supporting each other. M.O.C.H.A. is not a professional or medical organization. Always discuss individual health questions and medical issues with a qualified personal physician.