A completed Health Inventory and Emergency Formmust be on file in accordance with the Baltimore County Health Department regulations before a child will be permitted to attend school. If a child has any type of allergy, an Allergy Action Plan must be on file in the Office. If a child has asthma, an Asthma Action Plan must be on file in the Office. A Medication Authorization Form should be on file if the child needs medicine during the school day. If at all possible, medication should be administered at home. All health forms can be found on the Forms Page.
Students previously enrolled at Timonium Nursery have medical forms on file. In this case, only updated information needs to be forwarded including new inoculations and other pertinent medical information.
If your child has a cough or cold, runny nasal discharge or sore throat, has had a fever or has vomited within 24 hours prior to the start of the school day, parents are asked to keep the child at home. Likewise, if a child has any contagious illness, including but not limited to chicken pox, lice, or conjunctivitis, the child may not attend school. It is also imperative that a parent or their caregiver call the School Office or the teacher so that we may take the necessary precautions in the classroom.
Hearing and Speech Screening
Hearing and speech screening will be provided for three and four-year-olds. Parents will be asked to sign permission slips for both procedures. No child will be tested without a signed permission slip.