The Boyle County Schools Health Services Department promotes student success by reducing health-related barriers to learning. The team administers a comprehensive school health program and collaborates with students, families, staff and community partners to promote student health for academic success.
All Boyle County students must meet Kentucky health requirements to attend school. Please visit our School Health Requirements page for additional information.
Boyle County Schools participates in a collaborative approach to learning and health, as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child program.
The initiative integrates health-promoting practices into the school setting across 10 focus areas, including health education; physical education and physical activity; nutrition environment and services; health services; counseling, psychological and social services; social and emotional climate; physical environment; employee wellness; family engagement; and community involvement.
All Boyle County Schools are staffed with registered nurses providing the following services to support students:
Please contact your child’s school nurse if your child has any health concerns, including allergies, asthma, seizures, diabetes, emotional issues or any other medical need that may require attention during the school day. The district school health coordinator, school nurse, parent or guardian, and health care provider will collaborate to develop an individual health plan (IHP) or emergency care plan for students who have specific, chronic medical needs.
In order to attend school, students must show they are in compliance with the Kentucky Immunization Program. A copy of the student’s current immunization record must be on file at school. Students may receive a legal exemption from the immunization law for medical reasons or conscientiously held beliefs. It is necessary to provide a notarized exemption form to the health office.
A completed medication authorization form must be on file at your child’s school before school staff will dispense medication. Medication must be supplied in its original bottle and clearly labeled with the student’s name. Prescription medication must be supplied in its original container and will only be given as ordered by a health care provider.
Nichole Brown, APRN, District Health Coordinator
Boyle County Middle School, 859.236.4212
Kasandra Mills, RN
Boyle County High School, 859.236.5047
Teri Gerlach, RN
Junction City Elementary, 859.936.7524
Cheryl Bolling, RN
Woodlawn Elementary School, 859.236.7688
Ashley Estes, RN
Perryville Elementary, 859.936.7500