Parent/Guardian Resources

·         Vaccinations:  Contact your private medical provider or local health department to receive any of the vaccinations and/or obtain Georgia certificate of    immunization (Form 3231).  For more information visit:

·         Information for Parents on How to prevent and Control Lice from the Center for Disease Control:

·         Centers for Disease Control Zika Virus:

·         Zika Virus Information from Department of Public Health:

·         Flu Information: and from Department of Public Health:

·         Help A Child Smile Dental Clinic:

·         Tattnall County Health Department-Southeast Health District:

·         Poison Control Hotline:  1-888-222-1222

·         Telehealth:


Glennville Elementary     Teresa Garrett, LPN       912-654-3931

School Based Health Center Coordinator      Jane Stanley     912-557-4374

School based Health Center (SBHC), utilizing Telemedicine to access physicians, is available at your child’s school.  The School-Based Collaborative Healthcare Center’s primary focus is to provide quality, accessible health care to the children and staff of Tattnall County Schools. All students have access to the school based health center and its services.  

Services offered in the SBHC include care for acute illnesses, minor injuries, management and ongoing care of existing medical conditions, monthly medication management/medication maintenance and mental health, substance abuse, and family centered case management. 

What is Telemedicine?  Check out this link to find out:  This is available at all Tattnall County Schools as part of our School Based Health Centers (Nurse Office)

Want to sign up your child for the SBHC?  Please complete the attached forms and return to the school nurse-or visit the nurse for a copy.

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