Seacrest has a health clinic and full time nurse, Nurse Rae Young. We have an intentional medical policy for our students when they are on campus, on trips, or at athletic events. Please read the medical policy carefully, as it is important to keep our students safe and healthy.
Welcome to Seacrest Country Day School! I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and welcome you to Seacrest. My name is Rae Young, but most people call me Nurse Rae. I have been the Seacrest School Nurse for 17-years, this year marks my 18th year. My daughter, Molly is a Seacrest alum '17 and a Seacrest lifer (K-12). She graduated from FGCU in 2021 and is now fulfilling a lifelong dream; she is working at Walt Disney World. Prior to becoming the Seacrest School Nurse, I worked with an orthopedic surgeon and I have more than 20 years of operating room experience. I am looking forward to meeting you and your child(ren) and working together to ensure that this is a happy, healthy and productive school year. In order for your child(ren) to begin their Seacrest adventure, the items listed below are required prior to the first day of school.
Seacrest Medical Policy
- Mandatory Immunization Compliance
- Physical Examination Requirements
- Sports Physicals
- Allergy Policy
- Food allergy symptoms in children can include:
- Latex Balloons
- Wheelchair use
- Elevator use
- Concussion/Head Trauma
- Magnus Health SMR (Student Medical Records)