• ap Cathy Reardon, RN, CSN

    Email: reardonc@rbb.k12.nj.us
    P: (732) 758-1538
    F: (732) 758-0172
    @nursecathyr

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    OA

    The Optical Academy is coming to Red Bank Primary School January 30 & 31!

     The Optical Academy will do complete eye exams and have glasses available on site to select. OPTICAL ACADEMY TAKES ALL INSURANCE. Contact Nurse Reardon (732)-758-1530 or reardonc@rbb.k12.nj.us) if you do not have insurance but would like your child to have an eye exam. Glasses available starting at $29.

     

    Complete the attached form to have your child receive an exam.

    Optical Academy Consent

What's New

  • Sick Day Guidelines

    Sick Day Guidelines

    Making the right call when your child isn’t feeling well. Should I keep my child home or send him or her to school?

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  • LICE....What's a Family to do!

    LICE....What's a Family to do!

    Head lice are a common community problem. An estimated 6 to 12 million infestations occur each year in the United States, most commonly among children ages 3 to 11 years old. Children attending preschool or elementary school, and those who live with them, are the most commonly affected.

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  • Well Visits

    Well Visits

    Routine well child care exams play an important role in keeping children healthy. Children should be seen yearly starting at 3 years of age for well visits. Regular well-child examinations by a doctor are essential for keeping kids healthy and up-to-date on their immunizations.

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  • Help Your Children Make Healthy Choices - Make It Fun!

    Help Your Children Make Healthy Choices - Make It Fun!

    When you go to the grocery store, “shop the perimeter” first. The outside aisles are where you’ll usually find fresh produce, healthy dairy products (fat-free milk, yogurt, and cheese), and fresh meats, chicken, and fish. Fill your cart mostly with those items, and then get what you need from the middle of the store.

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  • Healthy Eating

    Healthy Eating

    Sure, eating well can be hard — family schedules are hectic and grab-and-go convenience food is readily available. But our tips can help make all five strategies part of your busy household.

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  • Is Your Child's Asthma Under Control?

    Is Your Child's Asthma Under Control?

    Does he take his ‘quick relief (rescue/reliever) inhaler’ more than two times a week?
    Does she awaken at night with asthma symptoms more than two times a month?
    Do you refill his ‘quick relief (rescue/reliever) inhaler’ more than two times a year?
    If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, your child's asthma is NOT UNDER CONTROL. Talk to your doctor about your asthma!

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  • WEAR Your Glasses

    WEAR Your Glasses

    Wearing glasses can be hard for children to accept. They may worry that the other kids will tease them. They may feel different. Some children don't like wearing glasses and they “forget” to put them on or “forget” to take them to school. They think that they won't be able to play sports or that they'll look ugly. Glasses may feel uncomfortable or heavy at first. There are several things you can do to help get young children to wear their glasses.

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  • Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

    Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

    This year our school will be participating in a special Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. We will be offering fresh fruits and vegetables in the classroom as snacks. We are excited to have been awarded this grant to provide our students with healthy, nutritious foods. The NJ Department of Agriculture awarded this program to only 157 schools throughout New Jersey. The grant is in partnership with Chartwells and Sickles Market in Little Silver.

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  • Eating Right

    Eating Right

    It's no surprise that parents might need some help understanding what it means to eat healthy. From the MyPlate food guide to the latest food fad, it can be awfully confusing.

    The good news is that you don't need a degree in nutrition to raise healthy kids. Following some basic guidelines can help you encourage your kids to eat right and maintain a healthy weight.

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  • Family Meals

    Family Meals

    Beyond health and nutrition, family meals provide a valuable opportunity to reconnect. This becomes even more important as kids get older.

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  • Exercise and Your Brain

    Exercise and Your Brain

    You know exercise is good for kids’ bodies. Did you know that exercise is crucial for kids' developing brains as well?

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  • Oh No! I've Been Bit By a Tick!

    Oh No! I've Been Bit By a Tick!

    While most tick bites are harmless and don't require medical treatment, some ticks (like the deer tick, wood tick, and others) can carry harmful germs and cause diseases like Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease. The deer tick is tiny, no larger than a pencil point. Other ticks are larger and easier to find on the skin.

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