Health Services


health services screenshot new health reporting form

(630) 424-7133 x1282

Laura Grabowski, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN
(630) 424-7181 x1481
[email protected]

Jeannine Glavas, JD, RN, PEL-CSN
(630) 424-6681 x1281
[email protected]

(630) 424-6438

Courtney Clay
(630) 424-7133 x1282
[email protected]

Glenbard East Health Center is staffed by a full-time nurse, a part-time nurse, and one secretary. Students are assisted with immediate health concerns and chronic medical challenges. The school nurses work closely with all members of the pupil personnel team, which includes guidance counselors, school psychologists, deans, and social workers. The school nurses identify and plan for students with health concerns with a goal of optimal health. Toward that goal, chronic illness, hospitalizations, attendance, and injuries are monitored.

A student who becomes ill during the school day should obtain a pass from the classroom teacher before going to the Health Center unless an emergency situation exists. Students requiring to be excused from school due to illness or injury must report to the Health Center. Students are excused with the permission of a parent/guardian or designee only.

Parents may request in writing a temporary excuse from participation in physical education for up to three (3) days in any one semester. A physician’s note must be presented for excuses beyond three (3) days.

In accordance with the Illinois School Code a Medication Form must be completed and signed by both the physician and guardian to allow medication to be dispensed at school.


Allergies (PDF)

Asthma (PDF)

Diabetes (PDF)

Seizures (PDF)


Dental (PDF) – Proof of a dental exam is required for all incoming freshmen. Students not in compliance may have their report card withheld.

Health Reporting Form – NEW AS OF JANUARY 31, 2022

Health Requirements for 2023-2024 School Year
Health Requirements for 2022-2023 School Year

Medication Authorization (PDF) – SEE ALSO Rules for Students Taking Medications at School

Meningococcal Immunization (PDF) 
The Illinois Department of Public Health requires all students entering or continuing in Grade 12 to show proof of receiving two doses of the meningococcal vaccine on or after their 11th birthday or one dose if the initial dose is given on or after the 16th birthday. The Glenbard East Health Office is requesting that all incoming seniors provide proof that they have received their immunizations prior to the first day of school. Students not in compliance will be excluded from school.

Religious Exemption (PDF)

School Physical Exam – English (PDF)

School Physical Exam – Spanish (PDF)

Health and Wellness Page


  • If you test positive for COVID 19 or are symptomatic, stay home.
  • Glenbard Health Reporting Form must be used for COVID-related issues. Please fill out this form if: 
    • You have COVID Symptoms.
    • You have tested positive for COVID.
    • You have been in close contact with someone with COVID 19.
  • Continue to use safety mitigation procedures in the classroom: Establish seating charts, take accurate attendance, maintain 3 feet of distance.
Quarantine/Exclusion for Glenbard students

COVID-19 Status

2022-23 Protocol as of 8/19/2022

Positive COVID-19 test

Excluded from campus for 10 days. Can return early to campus provided the individual is symptom-free for 24 hours and produces two (2)  negative antigen lab-based tests. The first test must be performed on Day 6 or later and the second again 48 hours later. Written authorization to return from school in advance of return is required.

Exposed to COVID-19 positive case

Per CDC, advised to wear a mask whenever around others for 10 days following the exposure, watch for symptoms, seek testing and stay home if symptoms appear.

Symptomatic individual, negative test results

Excluded from campus until fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication; diarrhea/vomiting has ceased; and symptoms have improved. 

Symptomatic individual, no testing and not exposed to COVID-19 positive case

Excluded from campus for 10 days and until fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication; diarrhea/vomiting has ceased; and symptoms have improved. Strongly recommended to seek testing (home tests are accepted) for return.


Immunization Data 2020 (PDF)


All Kids Covered – Illinois Healthcare for All Kids

Community Resources – Health Examination & Immunization (PDF)

Diabetes – Safe at School: Chapter 1 – Diabetes Basics (VIDEO)

Epilepsy – Seizures in School (VIDEO)

EpiPen – EpiPen® (epinephrine injection) Auto-Injector Training for Educators (INCLUDES VIDEO)

Health Department – DuPage County