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Health and Wellness Office

Mr. Snyder, Principal
151 Moore Street
Princeton, NJ 08540

Tel: 609.806.4280
Fax: 609.806.4281
Guidance: 609.806.4282

Princeton High School Nurse's Office
Room 108
School Nurses                                                                                                   
Margarida Cruz RN, MSN, CSN
Lisa Goldsmith RN, BSN, CSN

Contact Information
Phone:  609-806-4293
Fax:       609-806-4295

It is the practice of the Princeton Public Schools to require a current physical examination for all ninth and eleventh grade students. In addition, all new students to the district and all athletes must submit a physical evaluation form completed within the past 365 days.

If you want to participate in a sport at PHS, you must follow the instructions on our Athletic Department website.

Sports Forms that must be submitted to the School Nurse

        Preparticipation Pysical Evaluation History Form and Physical Examination Form – Active for one full calendar year

For subsequent sport seasons, during the same school year, simply complete:         

       Health History Update Form  

  •  All completed forms must be submitted to the school nurse within 90 days of the start of each sport season. Please adhere to posted sport forms date deadlines.  Be advised that submitting the forms after the posted deadline may result in your child not being eligible to start the season on time because once forms are received they must be sent to our school doctor and processed for approval.
Timeframe to submit forms in order to participate in the first day of practice
Fall Sports
Date forms due: July 30
Winter Sports
Date forms due: October 30
Spring Sports
Date forms due:  February 28

Other Forms:
  • Asthma Action Plan – If your child has a history of Asthma
  • Allergy Action Plan – If your child has a history of anaphylaxis/allergic reaction and requires an Epi-Pen or Antihistamine
  • Seizure Action Plan- If your child has a history of Seizure disorder
  • Administration of Medication – if your child will be given any medications (prescription or over the counter) including supplemental feedings during the school day.
  • Consent for over-the-counter Medication-Tylenol/Motrin form– If you would like your child to receive Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin (ibuprofen) during school hours for headache, pain, or cramps.
  • Scoliosis Screening Exemption Form
Please keep us informed of any health-related conditions that may affect your child and if he/she is taking daily medication, even if it is not during school hours. If your son/daughter needs to take any medication during school hours or for emergency use (asthma or anaphylaxis), have the pediatrician complete the appropriate forms.

Please update the health office with all emergency contact information.

*All completed forms must be submitted to the school nurse.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Margarida Cruz RN, MSN , CSN
Lisa Goldsmith RN, BSN, CSN