Reporting a Positive COVID-19 Test to the District
Lansingburgh families should use the Google Form below to report to the district if their student tests positive at home for COVID-19. This will provide the district with notification of your student's positive COVID-19 test or order of isolation. Eligibility for returning to school will be communicated by the school nurse.
Isolation Guidance and Return to Play Guidance for Athletics
Lansingburgh Health Services Department
Health services and school nurses are an integral part of the school, ensuring the health and safety of students and staff. The health needs of students today have increased in scope and complexity. At the Lansingburgh Central School District, our District healthcare team understands that the health of our students directly impacts their ability to be successful in school. We work hard to ensure that all students are healthy and we are vigilant about attending to any health issues. If an injury or illness occurs, we have a well-trained team of school health professionals available.
Parent/Guardian Guide to Medical Requirements
- Clothing: Important Reminders
- Medical Conditions
- Medications in School
- Mental Health Partnerships
- Screenings (Vision, Hearing, Dental and Scoliosis)
- Student Wellness Policy
Our District's Team of Healthcare Professionals
Each Lansingburgh school has a health office staffed by a registered nurse (RN) or a licensed practical nurse (LPN). In addition, the district's medical director Matthew Hickling (PNP) is a nurse practitioner and is available if any serious health concerns or issues arise.
- Matthew Hickling - District Medical Director
- (518) 233 -6850
- Luz-Marina Lilchin - Knickerbacker Middle School
- Penny Tobias - Lansingburgh High School
- Debra Tietjen - Rensselaer Park Elementary School
- Jenna Sherman - Rensselaer Park Elementary School
- Reene McGreevy - Turnpike Elementary School
- Dawn Hamel - Turnpike Elementary School