Health Offices

Middle/High School Health Office

Katherine Conroy

Rhonda Goeke

Michelle Moody

Department Leader
Registered Nurse

(585) 226-2455 ext 1435

(585) 226-2455 ext 1424

(585) 226-2455

Fax: (585) 226-1736

Elementary School Health Office

Nicole Montesano

Karen Czadzeck

Registered Nurse
(585) 226-2455 ext 1123

(585) 226-2455 ext 1222

Fax: (585) 226-1723

Staying Home Guidelines:

Keep Your Child Home If:

  • He/She has a fever of 100.4 degrees or greater (Should be fever free for 24 hours without medication to return)

  • He/She has a severe headache accompanied with a fever

  • He/She is fatigue and/or tired from an illness

  • He/She has severe chest congestion or a significant cough

  • He/She has significant nasal drainage

  • He/She is vomiting or has diarrhea

  • He/She has a severe sore throat (accompanied with a fever or feeling ill) that persists for longer that 48 hours

    or has a Strep throat infection

  • He/She has pink eye or you suspect that they might have pick eye (they need to be seen by their physician)

  • He/She has severe ear pain that should be evaluated by a physician

  • He/She has any form of fungal infection

Be sure to ask your provider when it is safe for your child to return to school not only for your child's health but for the health of the other members of the school.

Your child needs to be symptom free (without medication) for 24 hours before returning to school.



  • Please call 226-2455 ext 1724 (Kristy Coleman) if your child is going to be tardy or absent from school. This phone line is a 24 hour service. Messages are checked every morning (and during the day) to ensure the safety of our students

  • If your child is absent or tardy and you did not notify the school, you will receive an automated phone call from the District. Please be sure to contact our attendance clerk letting her know why your child is absent. Again this is for the safety of your child.

  • If your child is tardy, please sign your child in at the main office when you arrive. You do not need to also stop in at the nurse's office. After the students checks in at the main office, he/she can then go to their classroom.

  • If your child will be dismissed early from school, please send a note stating the time, who will be picking your child up and reason for the early departure. By sending in a note, the teacher becomes aware along with the main office. Again, this is for the safety of our students.

If your child is out due to a medical matter and you would like the school nurse to know, please call 226-2455 x1123.

Please let us know if your contact information changes. This is extremely important in an emergency situation. Contact Crystal Ryan at (585) 226-2455 ext 1416 with the changes.

Tips To Follow To Help Minimize the Spread of Colds and Viruses:

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds

  • Avoid touching of eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands

  • Avoid kissing, hugging, and sharing cups or eating utensils with people who are sick

  • Disinfect frequently touched surfaces, especially is someone is sick

Being familiar and aware of your child's signs and symptoms will not only improve your child's health but will protect others from becoming infected.






Ususally High (100-102 degrees)
Sudden Onset




General Aches/Pains


Usual; Often Severe

Fatigue & Weakness


Extreme; Can Last up to 2-3 Weeks

Extreme Exhaustion


Early and Prominent

Nasal Congestion






Sore Throat



Chest Discomfort

Mild-Moderate; Hacking Cough

Common; Can Become Severe

Overall Milder