Nurse/Student Health


Badger High School Nurse: 
Laura Collins - 262-348-2000, ext. 2002

LGMS & Elementary School Nurse:
Julie Eckhoff - 262-348-4000, Ext. 4002

Nurse's Assistants:
Central-Denison - TBA - 262-348-4000

Eastview - Anglea Woodside - 262-348-6000, ext. #6002

Lake Geneva Middle School - Trudy Hansen - 262-348-3000 ext. #3906

Star Center School - Laurie Knepper - 262-348-7000, ext. #7002


The following guidelines are for parents to use when keeping their sick children home from school. 

Students should stay home if their temperature is 100 degrees or more.

Keep your child home until fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine. Children are contagious and can spread disease when they are running a fever. Please keep your child home.

If you are not sure if you should send your child to school, please call the school nurse to discuss your child's symptoms.


The Joint 1 Lake Geneva School District, which includes LGMS & our 3 elementary schools, has a nurse on staff to serve you. Please call us anytime you need to update us on your child's health status or if you have any health related school questions at 262-348-3000, ext. 3002.

Nurse Julie Eckhoff is at Lake Geneva Middle School on Fridays and can be reached at 262-348-3000, ext. 3002.

If you should need to call Nurse Eckhoff, she moves throughout the school district but is always reachable by phone. Her hours are:

Lake Geneva Middle School: Friday, 262-348-3000, ext. 3002
Eastview Elementary: Monday 348-6000, ext 6002
Star Center Elementary: Tuesday 262-348-7000, ext. 7002
Central-Denison Elementary: Wednesday 262-348-4000, ext. 4002
Schedule varies between school buildings on Thursday


The health and welfare of every student is our number one concern. In order to provide quality health services for your child we need your help. 

Please keep us informed of any vital information that pertains to your child and his/her learning needs while at school. You will need to inform your school nurse and your child's teacher of any health concern which may influence your child's school performance. 

These conditions may include, but are not limited to; physical disabilities, vision or hearing impairments, seizures, diabetes, heart conditions, migraine headaches, asthma, allergies, kidney disorders or attention needs.

When your child is enrolled, all relevant information is recorded, but should you change your address, phone number or place of contact, please notify the school immediately to enable office staff to contact parents as soon as possible in the event of an accident or illness. Please also update emergency contact people and their phone numbers.

In case of accident or illness, only basic first aid can be administered. Parents will be contacted as soon as possible and advised of the circumstances, usually with the recommendation that the child be collected and taken home or to seek medical care.

If your child has a fever of 100 degrees or more, they will be sent home. Students should not return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours, without the aid of medication. This will help to stop the spread of infection.



If you are thinking of sending medication to be given to your child while at school, please follow the guidelines listed below.

- All medication should be given outside of school hours if possible.

- Any over the counter medication must be pre-approved by the school nurse. Proper documentation must be provided and signed by parent/guardian. 

- Please do not send any medication to school in your child's backpack

- Only medication which is required to enable a student to stay in school may be given at school.

- Medication ordered to be given three (3) times a day can be given before school, after school, and at bedtime.

- Medications must be in an original, properly labeled pharmacy container and brought to school by an adult. Medications sent in baggies or unlabeled containers will not be given.

- Prescription medication must have a physician's order along with a parent's signature. Please ask the nurse, health aide, or secretary for the proper form, or see the forms block of this site. 

- Over the counter medication must be accompanied with the proper form filled out and signed by the parent.

- All medications must be kept in the nurse's office unless a physician has given approval for the student to self-carry an inhaler or Epi-pen.

- Please speak to the school nurse if your child requires long term medication during the school day.


Laura Collins
262-348-2000 ext. 2002

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