Student Health Information

Student Wellness Information

School Medication Physician Order and Parent Authorization Form

Rules regarding medication administration at school

Student Immunization Information

Asthma Action Plan

533 Wellness Policy

When should I keep my child home? 

-If a student has a fever of 100 degrees or more, the student should stay home until 24 hrs AFTER the temperature has returned to normal (without the use of a fever reducing medication.)


-If a student has diarrhea or has vomited, the student should stay home until symptom free for 24 hrs. 


- If a student has a rash that may be related to a disease, or the cause is unknown, please see a doctor before sending the student to school. 


- If you are keeping your child home because of an illness, please call the school to report specific symptoms and/or diagnosis. 


- If your child tested positive for strep, your child should stay home until 24hrs after the antibiotic treatment has started. 


About Nurse Sarah Christensen 

I am employed by the Goodhue County Education District. I am a Kenyon-Wanamingo Alumni and am excited to be working as your school nurse! I am happily married to my artist husband and have 3 kids in the K-W district in 2nd, 4th, and 7th grade. 


If you do not find the information you are looking for on this site, please feel free to email or call me. There are links above with information regarding medications at school and immunizations. 


Thank you, 


Sarah Christensen, RN 

School Nurse, Kenyon-Wanamingo Schools 


My Schedule: 

Kenyon-Wanamingo Elementary School on Mondays, Fridays and Wednesday mornings. 

225 Third Avenue 

Wanamingo, MN 55983 

Phone: 507-824-2211 Ext. 2225 

Fax: 507-789-7033 


Middle-High School on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Wednesday afternoons. 

400 Sixth St. 

Kenyon, MN 55946 

Phone: 507-789-7011 

Fax: 507-789-6188 


*Schedule varies depending on student needs.