YHFLS selected Tangshan Department Store as our food supplier. The school strives to provide high-quality food and dessert services for everyone. The school "three meals and three o'clock" every day, we welcome students, parents and teachers to actively provide valuable opinions.
What service do we provide?
Preparatory Course Package
We provide nutritious and healthy set meals for the students in the preparatory class. The masters choose fresh and high-quality ingredients to cook and deliver the food to each child's table. The package includes fresh vegetables, fruits, main course (optional), vegetarian food, 100% juice, water and yogurt.
Elementary School Package
The healthy and nutritious package includes fresh vegetables, vegetarian food and sandwiches, one more drink (delicious soup, milk, water and yogurt), and daily dessert or fruit. Students can add meals 3 times.
The health center is conveniently located on the first floor of the primary school building. There are two full-time registered nurses in the health center.
特殊健康需求/Special health needs
If your child has any special health needs or problems, you can talk to the school nurse. This type of information is very important for children's schooling. Special needs include the following:
1. Allergy caused by bee stings.
2. Allergic to other substances.
3. Difficulty with sight, hearing or speaking
4. Need medication during school.
5. Special assistance such as crutches and wheelchairs is required.
The school stipulates that without a doctor’s written instructions, nurses are not allowed to distribute drugs, including over-the-counter drugs. After filling in the "Student Drug Treatment Permit Form" and returning it to the school nurse, the school staff can administer drugs to the students. If there is a change in the dosage of the medicine during the school year, a new medicine is added, or a different medicine is used, please feel free to fill out a new form. You can pick up the form at the school health center or download it below.
The use of drugs, especially short-term use, needs to be done at home. But if students must use prescription or over-the-counter drugs during school, please follow the following principles:
All medicines must be packed in containers with a pharmacy label. The container is marked with the child's full name, the name and dosage of the medicine, the time and quantity of the medicine, and the name of the doctor. Parents must personally give the medicine to the school nurse and tell the nurse how to use the medicine while in school.
Students are not allowed to bring their own medicines: For safety reasons, students are not allowed to bring any medicines (regardless of prescription or over-the-counter medicine) to school or return home from school. The parent or guardian must send the medicine to the school health center or school office, and must personally remove any remaining medicine from the health center or office. We will keep the medicines in a safe place and will not put them on the table. We will count and record the number of tablets received. The health center keeps daily records of all medicines issued.
At the end of the school year, all medicines must be taken by the parents. Medicines not taken away will be handled by the school itself.
For the health of all teachers and students, please do not send children who are unwell to school. Whether infectious diseases can be effectively controlled depends on the cooperation of the family. Please follow the following rules:
Please stay at home to observe and take care of your child when he has a fever, and he can return to school 24 hours after the fever has subsided.
If your child vomits at night, stay home for observation the next morning until you are sure that your child has recovered before returning to school.
Symptoms of infectious diseases such as red eyes and pustules.
Septic pharyngitis (streptococcal tonsillitis): If the child is suspected of or has been diagnosed with septic pharyngitis, he can return to school only after he is diagnosed and treated for at least 24 hours.
Head lice: return to school only after cured or no lice eggs.
Chickenpox: You can return to school only 7-10 days after the scab becomes dry.
Your child has symptoms of any disease that may be transmitted to other children.
If there are any infectious diseases, please report to the Faculty Office in time. Infectious diseases include: chickenpox, pink eye, impetigo, head lice, scabies, measles, mumps, whooping cough, ringworm, roseola, septic pharyngitis, rubella, infectious mononucleosis, scarlet fever, etc. If your child has an infectious disease, please notify the nurse immediately. We strongly recommend that you check your child's physical condition before sending your child to school in the morning.
病历保存/Medical record keeping
The school keeps medical records for each student, including disease and vaccination records, physical examination records, screening, allergies, accidents, and other health-related matters that the school should know about, to ensure adequate preparation and good care of students.
校外医疗服务/Off-campus medical services
If a student feels unwell during school, the nurse will decide whether to contact the parent. If the situation is urgent, the child will be taken to the Vista Clinic. In the event of an emergency, the school will do everything possible to contact parents or designated emergency contacts. Please read the following rules:
When the child has a fever of 37.5 degrees Celsius/99.5 degrees Fahrenheit, the nurse will observe him at the school health center.
When the body temperature exceeds 38.0 degrees Celsius / 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, we will ask parents to pick up their children from school.
If the body temperature exceeds 38.5 degrees Celsius / 101.3 degrees Fahrenheit, we will ask the child to stay at home the next day, even if the fever has subsided by then. The purpose is to ensure the child's rest and recovery, and to minimize the risk of transmission to other students.
If your child needs off-campus medical services, the nurse must first contact the parent or designated emergency contact to find out which medical institution you want us to send your child to.
If parents, emergency contacts and doctors are unable to be present, we will contact the local emergency hospital or dial 120.
Nurses receive health information from students who take sick leave every day. If the student is absent for more than 2 days, the nurse will contact the parent to find out more.
If you have any questions about the health of your children, please feel free to contact the school nurse.