14 St. John Circle, Newnan, GA 30265 --- (770) 251-6111


School Nurse /Clinic

Phone (770)251-6111

The Odyssey Clinic is open daily from 8:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.  Our clinic staff consists of a full time Registered Nurse and a Certified Nursing Assistant.

Kelly Sequeira, R.N. – School Nurse


Kirstin Criste – Certified Nursing Assistant




End of the Summer Checklist

  • Speak with your child’s doctor to make sure his/her immunizations are up to date.
  • Obtain current, signed physician orders for health care and medications that will be needed at school.
  • Provide emergency contact information, and update the school with changes as they occur.
  • Prepare your child for the changes in school routine as they relate to the ongoing pandemic.


General Information


Over the Counter & Prescription Medication

The school clinic can administer OTC medications if parental consent is provided on the ‘Student Emergency Contact/Medical Treatment Consent Form’ that is completed at the beginning of each school year.  ALL medications (such as Tylenol, Advil, Benadryl, etc.) must be purchased by the parent and labeled with the student’s name and grade level. Medications will be stored in the clinic and be given to your child as needed throughout the school year.

For prescription medication, a separate ‘Authorization to Give Prescription Medication at School’ form must be completed for each medication that the student takes during the course of school hours. Medications must be in a bottle/container with the original prescription label attached. An authorization form must be signed by both the prescribing physician and the parent before medication will be accepted or administered by the school clinic. 




Handwashing & Hand Hygiene

When done correctly, hand washing is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of communicable diseases.  The CDC has short videos you can watch with your children that show proper hand hygiene techniques.



Illness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As parents, we need your assistance in keeping Odyssey Charter School a healthy, clean learning environment. Since many illnesses have similar symptoms (flu, COVID19, common cold), they can only be diagnosed by testing from a healthcare provider. In order for a student to return to school (prior to the isolation period for COVID-19), they will require a differential diagnosis from a healthcare provider. This includes a negative COVID-19 test and a medical excuse letter with the date they are able to return to school.

Any scholar with a positive COVID-19 test or suspected case of COVID-19 (without a differential diagnosis) will be required to follow the classroom reentry policy listed in the ‘School Protocol for COVID-19’. This policy is based on guidelines from the CDC and GA Department of Public Health.

Please read through the illness guidelines here:

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