Welcome to the Berea-Midpark High School Clinic web page. Here you will find out more about the clinic nurse, clinic operations, and useful information to comply with State and Board of Education standards.
My name is Mrs. Michelle Paulick. I have been a nurse since 1995. I have worked within the District as a School Health Specialist since 2008. Working with children has always been my favorite area of nursing and I really enjoy working with your students here at Berea-Midpark High School.
The Clinic is open on school days from 8:00am until 2:00pm. Throughout the school year, I will complete State mandated Vision and Hearing Screenings, BMI Screenings, conduct periodic immunization checks, manage medical issues on a daily basis, adhere to the Board of Education medication administration policy, attend meetings pertaining to medical needs of students, and keep myself current on medical issues pertaining to adolescent health.
It is the goal of the clinic to help your child maintain and achieve a good attendance record, keep the student population and staff healthy by sending potentially contagious students home, assessing the need to send students home based on illness severity, and partnering with you, the parents or guardians, to address any medical issue that may arise throughout the school year.
Please be aware that I will let you know if your student is required to be sent home. An excused absence from the nurse is given only if the student is REQUIRED to leave school. All others are considered a parental request and the school district may require a doctor's note if excessive absences are an issue.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call me at 216-898-8900 ext. 5818 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org