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Welcome to MTHS School Nurse Homepage

Name: LoriAnn Gibson


Name: Kristen DiGirolamo


Phone: 732 657-4523

Fax 732 408-0291


School Policy regarding COVID-19:

Regardless of vaccination status, if a student is positive for COVID-19, they must stay home for at least five calendar days.  

If, after five calendar days, the student is fever-free for 24 hours without the use of medication, and the symptoms are improving, or the student never had symptoms, they may end isolation after day five and return to school masked through day 10.

Household/Close contact of COVID Positive Individual (regardless of vaccination status)

       -Do NOT need to quarantine.

       -Monitor for symptoms.

       -Wear a mask around others for ten days from the last known contact with a positive individual.

Remote Instruction- Currently, there is no remote instruction option for students.

Parents/guardians students should notify school administrators of illness and known exposure.



The 2022-2023 flu season this year is particularly important due to COVID-19. 

Influenza is a respiratory illness causing fever (temp > 100.0°F), cough and/or sore throat. Other signs are headache, body ache, congestion and malaise.  Influenza viruses are spread from person to person when an infected person coughs or sneezes near (within 3 feet) another person.

Although getting a flu vaccine is not a guarantee that you won’t get the flu, vaccinated persons have less severe symptoms than unvaccinated individuals. Therefore if you did not get a flu vaccine it is still a good idea to get one.  Check local pharmacies for availability.  The flu season can last until May.  Please refer to the Ocean County Health Dept. link for further information and flu shot clinic dates.


Methods to prevent the spread of influenza:

  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue and dispose the tissue into the trash after use.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Clean, disinfect surfaces and objects contaminated with germs.

If you become ill with influenza stay home until you are fever-free without the use of fever-reducing medications! 

Anti-viral medications are available by prescription.  These medications should be given within 48 hours of onset of symptoms to lessen severity, shorten the course of disease and help prevent complications such as pneumonia.