Camden-Rockport Middle School

Home of the Schooners


Thank you ALL for welcoming me into this wonderful school community and for helping me learn all your names.  Each day I learn a few more feels quite satisfying! 

As we complete the first quarter of classes there are a few students who are missing health forms, specifically the Immunization Exemption Form,  as required by the Department of Education, State of Maine.  Please take the time to complete this form (below) and return it to my office.  Your attention to this is appreciated.  

I am looking forward to the change of season and the new opportunities to enjoy this amazing place we call home.  Don't hesitate to be in touch with me if needs arise.  

In Wellness,

Gretchen Kuhn, RN BS

Immunization Exemption

If your child does not have the state required immunizations, you must complete an immunization exemption form every year.

Download Immunization Exemption Form 17-18.pdf


Health Forms

Health History: This must be completed annually for ALL students.

Download Health History Form 17.pdf

Physical Examination: This must be completed and signed by a physician for all students wishing to participate in school athletics. This needs to be completed one time during a student's middle school career, or more often if there is a significant change in health status. 

Download Physical Exam Form.pdf

Concussion Policy: Please click on this link to read the MSAD 28 policy on concussions. There is no separate form to sign, instead sign the bottom of the health history form indicating that you have read and understand this policy. 

Download MSAD 28 Management of Concussions and other Head Injuries.pdf

Download Concussions Handout JJIF-E.pdf

Medications in School

If your child needs to take any medication for any reason (other than acetaminophen or ibuprofen) while at school, please contact me right away. All medications need to be stored and locked in the nurse’s office. No medication may be carried by students or kept in student lockers (with the exception of epi-pens and inhalers with permission). A doctor’s order must be provided in order for medication to be administered in school. Please print the form below and have it signed by your primary care provider.


Asthma Action Plan


Life Threatening Allergy Protocol

Download Food Allergy Emergency Care Plan.pdf

Life-Threatening Allergies & Anaphylaxis Protocol