Elementary School Health Office

The Schuylerville Elementary School Health Office coordinates many different services, including arranging physicals, dispensing medications, and providing health-related counseling and on-site health screenings.

All student visits are documented. Parents/guardian are welcome to call the Student Health Services if they would like information regarding their child’s visits. Also, if we have concerns regarding a child’s health, we’ll give parents a call. It is not within the scope of our license to diagnose your child. Please call your physician if you are unsure of the nature of your child’s illness or injury.

Meet the Elementary School Nurses

Elementary School nursesRobin Englehart

Mrs. Englehart is a registered nurse who graduated from nursing school in 2005. Her experience includes working in a medical surgical unit, working in labor and delivery, and working with veterans in a VA hospital. When her family started to grow, she decided to stay home and take care of their needs. When Mrs. Englehart’s youngest child was ready to start kindergarten, she accepted a school nursing job at Schuylerville. “I enjoy taking care of children and the small knit community that Schuylerville has to offer.”

Rebecca Stanislowsky

Mrs. Stanislowsky is a registered nurse who started her career as a LPN in a local pediatric office. After transferring to Saratoga Hospital Medical Group, she gained experience in primary care, addiction and behavioral health, emergency medicine, and the ICU. “I want to thank everyone for the warm welcome I have received. You all know how to make Schuylerville CSD a warm and inviting place.”

Emergency Health Contact Forms

Emergency contact forms are given out at the beginning of each school year. It’s very important that parents complete this form and return it to the health office as soon as possible. Please be sure to list more than one contact person; this is very important in the event of an emergency involving your child. When there are changes in your child’s health or changes in contact names and phone numbers, please call the health office so the information can be updated in the school’s records.

Health and Dental Examination Requirements

  • New York State law requires a health examination for all students entering the school district for the first time and when entering Pre-K or K, 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th grade.
    • Physicals also are required for those newly referred to CSE (special education) services and for students who are having triennial CSE reviews.
  • The examination must be completed by a New York State licensed physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner and on the required NYS School Health Examination Form.
  • A dental certificate which states your child has been seen by a dentist or dental hygienist is also asked for at the same time.
  • A copy of the health examination must be provided to the school within 30 days from when your child first starts at the school, and when your child starts Pre-K or K, 1st ,3rd , 5th, 7th , 9th & 11th  grade. If a copy is not given to the school within 30 days, the school will contact you.
  • If your child has an appointment for an exam during this school year that is after the first 30 days of school, please notify the Health Office with the date and the name of the health care provider.
  • Communication between private health care providers and school health staff is important for safe and effective care at school. Your health care provider may not share health information with school health staff without your signed permission. Please talk to your provider about signing their consent form for the school at the time of your child’s appointment for the examination. We suggest you make copies of the completed forms for your own records before emailing or faxing them to the school health office.


For information about state immunization requirements, please click here.

Physical Education Information

Regular physical education class participation is expected. However, if your child needs to be excused for medical reasons, a note from the personal physician or a one-day parent excuse should be given to the Health Office. If the student is excused from physical education, this will include recess.


As per New York State law, Schuylerville Elementary School students are screened in grades K, 1, 3 and 5 and as new entrants for vision problems. Hearing screenings are also given to every student in grades K, 1, 3 and 5 and to new entrants. The scoliosis screening is done in grade 5.

If any abnormalities are found, you will receive notification and a referral form to take to your child’s physician. Please request that this referral form be completed once the doctor has tested your child. The form should be returned to the Elementary School Health Office. The Elementary School Health Office staff may be able to assist families in obtaining eyeglasses.

Medications in School

Any medication that has to be taken by a student during school hours or during school activities, even if it’s over-the-counter medication (non-prescription) requires a doctor’s order and written permission from a parent.

All medications must be brought by an adult to school in the original containers. The instructions on the label for administering the medication must match the written instructions provided by the child’s physician. Medications cannot be dispensed unless the two sets of instructions match. Problems with this policy can often be solved with a phone call to your child’s physician.

Health Insurance Assistance

Free or low-cost health insurances is available for most uninsured children under age 19 living in New York State. Two programs are available: Medicaid and Child Health Plus. Your child may be eligible regardless of your family income or your child’s immigration status. The Schuylerville Elementary School Health Office staff is available to refer families to the appropriate agencies to obtain insurance.

Food Allergies

If your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy, please notify the School Health Office so that appropriate safety measures may be initiated. For information on food allergies, click here.