A part time Nurse performs the following health related services at our school.
The school Nurse is not in a position to diagnosis your child's health concerns, to prescribe medication, or to offer a prognosis. Please allow your family's primary care physician to make all decisions regarding the health of your child.
It is best that students not take medicine during school hours. However, when it is necessary for a student to take medication at school, he or she must leave the medication with the school nurse for safekeeping.
If the school nurse is not present, the student must present the medication to the school principal, acting principal, or health aide for safekeeping. Only designated school personnel will administer medication. Students should NEVER keep any kind of medication, including over-the-counter remedies, on their person or in their classroom.
We have two Automated External Defibrillator (AED) devices accessible to everyone. Once the case is opened audible instructions are given for the use of the device.
School Nurse: 706-545-5478
Children are not allowed to remain in school if their temperature is 100 degrees or more.
Please keep your emergency contact information up to date in case your child becomes ill and we need to contact you.
To develop student excellence in diverse military community through a nurturing environment.
We aspire to provide an environment for student excellence in academics, behavior, and leadership that result in lifelong learners who contribute to a global society.
At Edward A. White School, we work together to create a strong mind, healthy body, and giving spirit so that we can be the best we can be.
All students will improve in reading comprehension across the curriculum.
All students will improve problem solving and reasoning in mathematics through high level critical thinking.