• Nurse Tammie

    Mrs. Tammie Swain, EJES Nurse

  • Welcome to the EJES Ms. Tammie's Corner!

    At East Jackson, my main priority is the health and well-being of our students. I take pride in giving the best care to all of our students so that optimal learning can take place in the classroom.  If your student needs medication of any kind during school hours, a parent or guardian MUST bring the medication in and fill out paperwork. Please do not send medicine in your child's bookbag. I look forward to working with our EJES students and helping them be successful this year! 

    NURSE OFFICE HOURS: 07:15 AM - 2:35 PM or by appointment 

    Students should stay home:

    • Undiagnosed rash
    • Fever of 100.4 degrees or more
    • Low-grade fever with any other symptoms (examples: temp 99.1 w/headache or temp 99.0 w/abdominal pain)
    • Vomiting, nausea, or abdominal pain
    • One or more episodes of diarrhea
    • Complains of severe earache, with or without fever           
    • Severe sore throat with symptoms indicating possible strep throat           
    • Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
    • Persistent cough
    • Any sore oozing fluid or pus
    • Head lice



     Students can return to school:

    • No fever for 24 hours with no fever-reducing medication


    • If being treated for "pink eye"- must have antibiotic drops for 24 hours and have no drainage from the infected eye


    • If questions about when your child can return, call your schools Clinic Assistant @ 706-336-7915