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Physical Health

Physical Health


Cahaba Medical Care School Based Clinics will be offering Vaccination Clinics and Well visits for students on the following dates by appointment:

Brent Elementary Clinic- July 9,  8:00-12:00  and  July 30, 8:00-12:00

West Blocton Elementary Clinic- July10, 8:00-12:00 and  July 29, 8:00-12:00

Call 205-928-6045 for an appointment.


According to the State Department of Education, over-the-counter "as needed" medication should be kept for 2 weeks only. If your child requires over-the-counter medications periodically that you would like to keep at school for the entire school year, please print out the "over the counter medication" form on this page and have your physician sign it for the 2024-2045 school year to be kept at school from the first to last day for students. Thank you for your cooperation. 


Daily scheduled medications should be taken at home UNLESS the doctor prescribes it for a time during school hours specifically. All medications that are taken daily in the morning should be taken at home.


We strive to keep all of our students healthy and thriving. Our main goal is to keep students in school.  If your student feels ill before school, please make arrangements to take them to a physician, if needed. Students should not enter the school and be sent directly to the nurse. Students will be given a nurse excuse only if a nurse sends them home for a fever of 100.0, vomiting or diarrhea. All other absences will be a parent excuse unless the child has an excuse from a physician. 




Mandy Nix, RN
District Lead Nurse Bibb County Schools
205-926-9881 ext. 6070