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Sylvia Krupke RN
Jr./Sr. High School Nurse
p: (315) 625-5223
f: (315) 625-4278

Kathy Treat RN
Elementary School Nurse
p: (315) 625-5203
f: (315) 625-4713


Help Senator Patty Ritchie "Fight the Bite"
Protect Yourself and Your Family from EEE - an important message from Senator Ritchie and the Oswego County DOH.
  • What is EEE?  Eastern Equine Encephalitis is a rare but serious viral disease spread by mosquitos.  There are 5-10 human cases in the U.S. annually.
  • Who is at risk?  Everyone - but people over 50, and under 15, are at greatest risk of serious infection.
  • Is there a vaccine for EEE?  No, but Senator Ritchie has sponsored legislation to help develop a human vaccine.
  • What are the symptoms?  Severe cases begin with a sudden onset of headache, high feaver, chills and vomiting.  Seek medical help immediately.
  • When do symptoms occur?  4-10 days after a bite from an infected mosquito



Dr. Jeffrey Bryant, Interim Superintendent

639 County Route 22
P.O. Box 97
Parish, NY 13131