About Our Nurses

Each of our buildings' nurses can be reached from the hours of 8:30 AM until 3:10 PM.
For Unity Jr. High, the nursing office hours are 7:40 AM until 2:15 PM.
Please contact your child's school nurse to discuss any severe allergies, medical conditions such as asthma or diabetes or any other health concerns that may impact your child during the school day.

Our Nurses

District Lead Nurse: Cindy Rohlfing
Email: CRohlfing@cicd99.edu
Phone number: 708-863-4856

Burnham

Lara Petrone
708-652-9577

Cicero East

Fernanda Dominguez
708-652-9440

Cicero West

Margie Ortiz
780-4487


Columbus East

Patti Chatta
708-652-6085

Columbus West

Jeff Niebres
708-780-4482

Drexel

Mary McFall
708-652-5532

Goodwin

Marisol Napolitano
708-652-5500

Liberty

Yolanda Meraz
708-780-4475

Lincoln

Amy Landa
708-652-8889

Mckinley

Ronita Khan
708-652-8890

Roosevelt

Mariaelena Delgado
708-652-7833

Sherlock

Deborah Walters
708-652-8885

Unity East

Aimee Osland
708-863-8229

Unity West

Elodie Cassidy
708-863-8268

Warren Park

Rozanne Orr
708-780-2299

Wilson

Kathy Lang
708-652-2552

Woodbine

Deborah Walters
708-652-8884


Early Childhood

Margarita Torres
708-652-1144

Health Requirements

There are certain health requirements that must be met before your child can be admitted to school. Your child will not be admitted to school until the state requirements are met. This policy will be strictly enforced.

Existen algunos requisitos que tiene que cumplir antes de que admita su hijo a la escuela. Su hijo no sera admitido a la escuela hasta que cumpla con todos los requisitos marcados por el estado. Esta poliza sera estrictamente reforzada.

Health Requirements | Requisitos Medicos

State of Illinois Certificate of Child Health Examination

English | Spanish

State of Illinois Dental Examination

State of Illinois Eye Examination Report

Parent Health History Questionnaire

School Nurse Services

Medications in School

The administration of medication during school hours will be limited to those medications prescribed by a licensed care provider and necessary to maintain a student's health and well-being. Should your student require medication to be administered during school hours, a written physician order is required. Medications must be provided in the original, labeled prescription container.


Procedures for Medications in School

English | Spanish

School Medication Authorization Form

English | Spanish


Action Plans

Students with chronic medical conditions are encouraged and/or required to have a current Emergency Action Plan on file at the start of the school year filled out and signed by a licensed health care provider.

Diabetes Action Plan

Asthma Action Plan

Allergy Action Plan

Seizure Action Plan

Health Restrictions

Students returning to school with health related restrictions must provide proper documentation from a licensed health professional. Additional information may be required by the school nurse prior to the student's return to school. Please contact your school nurse to discuss additional forms needed.

Modified P.E.

Advice from our nurse

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