Union Elementary School
  • Results from 2018 lottery

    Click on the slide above to view the results...

  • Group of kids in the Purple House
    It Was A Purple Party!!
  • Kids in the Purple House
    It Was A Purple Party!!
  • Kids in the Purple House
    It Was A Purple Party!!
  • Kids at Bomb Day
    Bomb Day Fun!
  • group of sad kids
    Bucket Full o'Money :(
  • Group of kids around their money bucket
    Kindergarten Guards Their Bucket
  • Mr. Collins & Children in the garden
    Gallatin Pollinator Club Comes To Visit
  • Kids playing tug-o-war
    Field Day 2018
  • Sack Races
    Sack Races on Field Day
  • Fifth Grade Teachers on Field Day
    Union's Great 5th Grade Team!
  • Kids playing tug-o-war
    Tugging Away
  • Mr. Collins Spring Class Picture
    45yrs of Class Pictures
  • Mrs. Creasy standing in front of Art wings
    Teacher Of The Year!
  • Mr. Collins in the pollinator garden
    Mr. Collins in the new Pollinator Garden at Triple Creek Park
  • Students and parents pulling weeds from the pollinator garden
    Serving our Community
  • UES Chicken Coop
    UES Chicken Coop
  • Aerial view of UES!!
    Aerial view of UES!!

 

                                 

Nurse's Corner


 

 

The following are some guidelines you may use when deciding whether to keep your child home or to send them to school.  The scool staff and school nurse will use these guidelines when determining whether your child should be sent home from school.  If you are unsure, call our child's healthcare provider.

Fever - Your child should be fever free (100 or higher) for a full 24 hours, without fever reducing medication, before returning to school.

Vomiting - Your child should be free from vomiting episodes for a full 24 hours prior to returning to school.

Diarrhea - Your child should be free from diarrheal episodes for a full 24 hours prior to returning to school.

For a full list of guidelines see the Send Home-Stay Home Guidelines.

Head LiceWhen your child returns to school after treatment, please bring either the receipt for the lice treatment product OR the product label that was used on his/her hair. School personnel will inspect your child’s hair to confirm that there has been improvement in the condition, from when the infestation was initially discovered.

Students are permitted 2 days (verified) to treat a case of lice. After 2 days, all other days out of school will be considered unexcused absences.  See the Lice Letter to Parents

 

  

Other forms you may need:

Non Prescription Medication Form

 

Prescription Medication Form

 

 

 

 

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