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The Ronald McDonald Dental Care Mobile is coming to Cambridge Elementary School the week of  November 28th.  

This program provides dentistry to children ages 0-21 without a dental home.  No child can be turned away for inability to pay.  

By participating in this program your child can receive quality oral health services including cleanings, preventative care, fillings, and oral health education.  

If you are interested in signing your child up, contact Sue Reed, school nurse at 521-5619.

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If your child is sick please keep them home.

The CES "'sick kids stay home criteria" is:

  • fever within the last 24 hours
  • significant cold symptoms including a cough and runny nose
  • Any kind of rash
  • Antibiotics within the last 24 hours

If your child has a mild residual cough, it is helpful to all if they wear a mask. Masking is not required but we support anyone that chooses to wear one to protect themselves or others.

Questions? Contact Nurse Sue Reed at or 802-521-5619.

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Sue Reed
School Nurse

Insuring that all Students have Access to Healthcare

Cambridge Elementary School supports the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommendations for an annual comprehensive well care visit to the medical home (primary care provider) for all school age children

Cambridge Elementary School recommends that all students have a dental home. Primary care physician or health providers recommend, based on oral health risk assessments, referrals to the dentist as early as six months of age and no later than 12 months of age (AAPD,2018)

Cambridge Elementary School recommends establishing the use of Asthma Action Plans in collaboration with parents/caregiver and medical home for students with asthma.