Meet Nurse Moody
No Germ Zone.pngMy name is Sherri Moody. All of my friends at Moody ISD call me Nurse Moody. I have lived in Moody since 2010 and have one daughter who attends Moody Elementary. I love living in Moody and the fellowship and comradery of the citizens of Moody. I would like to see our students grow up to be healthy and happy productive members of our society. Through SHAC, Team Nutrition, and Physical Education, we can all work together to keep our kids safe, healthy, and happy. Thank you for being a part of this!!

As our kids are walking home or riding the bus, please stay alert and watch for these kids now that they are coming and going to school. Please be mindful of all school zones. 

Please make sure and fill out medication and allergy forms and turn them into either Nurse Finch at the elementary or myself at the high school. The sooner we know how to take care of your child while he or she is in school, the better we can accommodate their needs. Thank you!! 
Please get your Flu Shot!!
New Guidelines for HB 1720 regarding Lice. We will notify all parents, either written or electronically, if a student has lice in their class. If your student has lice, we will require proof of treatment prior to returning to school.
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
 
AN ACT
  relating to parental notice regarding an incident of lice in a
  public elementary school.
         BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
         SECTION 1.  Subchapter A, Chapter 38, Education Code, is
  amended by adding Section 38.031 to read as follows:
         Sec. 38.031.  NOTICE OF LICE. (a)  A school administrator or
  nurse of a public elementary school who determines or otherwise
  becomes aware that a child enrolled in the school has lice shall
  provide written or electronic notice of that fact to:
               (1)  the parent of the child with lice as soon as
  practicable but not later than 48 hours after the administrator or
  nurse, as applicable, determines or becomes aware of that fact; and
               (2)  the parent of each child assigned to the same
  classroom as the child with lice not later than the fifth school day
  after the date on which the administrator or nurse, as applicable,
  determines or becomes aware of that fact.
         (b)  The notice provided under Subsection (a):
               (1)  must include the recommendations of the Centers
  for Disease Control and Prevention for the treatment and prevention
  of lice; and
               (2)  if the notice is provided under Subsection (a)(2),
  may not identify the child with lice.
         (c)  The commissioner shall adopt rules as necessary to
  implement this section in a manner that complies with federal law
  regarding confidentiality of student medical or educational
  information, including the Health Insurance Portability and
  Accountability Act of 1996 (42 U.S.C. Section 1320d et seq.) and the
  Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (20 U.S.C.
  Section 1232g), and any state law relating to the privacy of student
  information.

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