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A Community Committed to Healthy Development

Barrie School employs a full-time registered nurse who is responsible for monitoring the health and wellness of students enrolled during the school year and campers at Barrie Camp during the summer.   

She is also available to assist staff with medical emergencies and provides first aid, maintains student health records, administers medications on campus, monitors allergies and illnesses, conducts health screenings, and consults and promotes health and wellness with students and faculty.

The Health Office does not function as a primary care facility or urgent care. By law, school nurses are not able to make medical diagnoses or prescribe treatments but may assess, and serve as a resource for referrals to off-campus professionals as needed. Barrie's nurse works closely with the student support services team to best meet student health needs.   

When accidents, injuries or illnesses occur during school hours, basic first aid and/or emergency care will be given according to the Maryland Board of Nursing standards and practices. 

Barrie Camp Health Forms

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Due June 1, 2022

Barrie Camp medical forms are available in your CampInTouch account.

 CampInTouch 

School Health Forms

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Is Your Emergency Contact Info Up to Date?

Please ensure that your emergency contact information is current, so that the nurse can contact you in the event of student illness, that may require pick up or emergency services. 

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Contact

Kirstie Abernathy

Director of Health Services

Health Offices 

Upper Campus 
Camp Office Building
(12 months - Grade 3)

Lower Campus  
Upper Elementary Building 
(Grades 4-12) 

Health Policies

Vaccinations Required for the 2022-23 School Year

With the well-being of our entire community in mind, the Barrie School COVID-19 Task Force has made the decision to require COVID-19 vaccination for all eligible students for the 2022-2023 School Year. The Barrie School Vaccination Policy includes details and how medical and religious exemptions will work. 

Update: June 27, 2022 
Now that the COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for children under the age of five years,  ALL Barrie students and staff are expected to be vaccinated (or at least have one dose of the vaccine) by the start of the school year on August 31, 2022. 

Students who are not fully vaccinated (or have not received at least one dose for those students who are under the age of 5 years) by the start of the school year or who do not have qualifying exemption will not be able to continue with enrollment here at Barrie School per our school policy. 

Those who qualify for a religious or medical exemption must submit documentation two weeks prior to the start of school to allow time for a review of the exemption forms. Please click here to review the policy in detail, including the required submission of a weekly antigen test for all students who have a medical or religious exemption. 

Health and Wellness

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