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Our mission is to provide a comprehensive school health program that includes a health and safety curriculum, appropriate health services and a healthy and safe environment for learning. In so doing, we will effectively meet the emerging and ongoing health care needs of our students.
Foxborough Regional Charter School Nursing Team
Nurse Leader/High School
McKinney Vento and Foster Care Liaison
Cathy Alix, RN - [email protected]
Middle School
Aaliyah Felder-Fitzpatrick, RN - [email protected]
Elementary School
Marylee Mutrie, RN - [email protected]
Sarah Babbitt, RN - [email protected]
Beginning September 25,2023 - every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four more free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home. Click here for additional information.
Massachusetts School Immunization Requirements
NEW: State public health officials have announced that influenza immunization will be required for all children 6 months of age or older who are attending Massachusetts child care, pre-school, kindergarten, K-12, and colleges and universities. Students will be expected to have received a flu vaccine by February 28, 2021 for the 2020-2021 influenza season, unless either a medical or religious exemption is provided. Annually, that deadline will be December 31st. Read more information, here.
Summer Meals for Kids and Teens
Details for Summer 2023 coming soon!

Healthy Habits Start at Home


Healthy Habits Start at Home: Information sheets and activities to help families work together to encourage healthy behaviors that can help kids reduce the risk of developing certain Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs) like diabetes and cardiovascular disease by learning about the importance of nutrition and physical fitness. (For kids ages 10-13)

Frequently Asked Questions
  • When are physicals required? All newly enrolled students as well as entering Grades K, 4, 7, 10
  • If your child plans to participate in after school activities or sports
  • When should I keep My child home? Please consider your child’s comfort when sending them to school. Consult your school nurse


The school nurse uses the following guidelines when dismissing students:


    • Temperature over 100* within the past 24 hours
    • Vomiting, Diarrhea, within the past 12 hours
    • Your child is unable to hold down food or liquids
    • Rash or any skin condition that is undiagnosed
    • Any eye infection needs to be treated for 24 hours prior to returning to school
    • Pain should be taken seriously especially in young children. Earaches, toothache and headaches should be evaluated


If you have any questions about any of the above, please call your school nurse and/or check with your pediatrician.

  • When should I call the School Nurse?
    • Whenever any new medication is prescribed for your child
    • In the event of a new medical or mental health diagnosis
    • Upon treatment for serious injury, illness or hospitalization
    • In follow up to any orthopedic procedures including casts, slings, sprains
    • With any concerns regarding your child’s health
Helpful Links and Resources
Mental Health Resources
If at any time you are feeling overwhelmed or need to talk to someone, you can reach out to the:
Crisis Textline (text HOME to 741741)
Lifeline (call/text: 988).
available 24/7
Learn Hands-Only CPR in only 60 seconds!
February is American Heart Month, a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health.
Watch the video below from the American Heart Association to learn how you can help save a life. Additional resources for hands-only CPR are available on the American Heart Association website
  • Safety Sack Keep your children safe & their medication secure

Military Resources


Health Insurance

Health Screenings & Class Materials


In need of Community Services but don’t know where to turn?

Every day, someone somewhere in Massachusetts needs to find essential community services.

2-1-1 With the support of social service organizations that provide health and human services throughout Massachusetts and in collaboration with Massachusetts Association of Information and Referral Specialists the United Way introduces this statewide information and referral system.