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Health Services


(630) 681-3143



(630) 681-3413



Laura Yamate, B.A., R.N., IL PEL-CSN
(630) 681-3312
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Kerry Windle BSN, RN, PEL-CSN
(630) 681-3312
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Luz Luna
(630) 681-3143
[email protected]

COVID-19 Information

Close Contact / Quarantine Note:

When a positive COVID-19 case is identified at school (or school events/athletics), our staff follow the Illinois Department of Public Health’s guidance when determining who is a close contact and needs to quarantine.  Please note that, under the current guidance, when someone is fully vaccinated and not showing symptoms they are not required to quarantine.


Glenbard North Health Center is staffed by two certified school nurses and one secretary. Students are assisted with immediate health concerns and chronic medical challenges. The school nurses work closely with all members of the pupil personnel team, which includes guidance counselors, school psychologists, deans, and social workers. The school nurses identify and plan for students with health concerns with a goal of optimal health. Toward that goal, chronic illness, hospitalizations, attendance, and injuries are monitored.

A student who becomes ill during the school day should obtain a pass from the classroom teacher before going to the Health Center, unless an emergency situation exists. Students requiring to be excused from school due to illness or injury must report to the Health Center. Students are excused with the permission of a parent/guardian or designee only.

Parents may request in writing a temporary excuse from participation in physical education for up to three (3) days in any one semester. A physician’s note must be presented for excuses beyond three (3) days.

Schools across the nation are experiencing more and more students who have latex allergies. Often, students with this allergy can have severe and even life-threatening reactions if exposed to latex resin and powders. Glenbard North has several students with latex allergies, and for their safety, certain latex products are not allowed on campus. Latex balloons and “Silly String” pose a significant health threat to students with a latex allergy. These products are NOT ALLOWED on campus at any time, including after school, evening or weekend events.

In accordance with the Illinois School Code a Medication Administration Form must be completed and signed by both the physician and guardian to allow medication to be dispensed at school.

*New 2020* signatures (parent and doctor) are needed for a student to self-carry emergency medications.



Food Allergy Action Plan
Asthma Action Plan
Diabetes Action Plan
Seizure Action Plan


Dental exam form, Dental exam form Spanish– Proof of a dental exam is required for all incoming freshmen. Students not in compliance may have their report card withheld.
Glenbard North 2020 Health Requirements– English
Centro de Salud de 2020 – Spanish

Medicade and SNAP
Transfer Student Health Requirements
Medication Authorization (PDF) see also Rules for Students Taking Medications at School

Meningococcal Vaccination Requirement for 12th Grade (click link for vaccine information)
The Illinois Department of Public Health requires all students entering or continuing in Grade 12 to show proof of receiving two doses of the meningococcal vaccine on or after their 11th birthday or one dose if the initial dose is given on or after the 16th birthday. Glenbard North requires that all incoming seniors provide proof that they have received their immunizations prior to the first day of school. Students not in compliance will be excluded on the first day of school.

*Any student 16 years or older can turn in proof of their 2nd Meningococcal vaccination* This will be added to your medical record and you will be compliant for your 12th grade requirement. 

Religious Exemption (PDF) 
School Physical Exam- English (PDF) 
School Physical Exam- Spanish (PDF) 

20-21 Immunization Report

State of Illinois Eye Exam Report



All Kids Covered – Illinois Healthcare for All Kids

Diabetes – Safe at School: Chapter 1 – Diabetes Basics (VIDEO)

DuPage_County_Community_Resources_for_School_and_Sports_Physicals (PDF)

Epilepsy – Seizures in School (VIDEO)

EpiPen – EpiPen® (epinephrine injection) Auto-Injector Training for Educators (INCLUDES VIDEO)

Health Department – DuPage County