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For Fall 2013, all students classified as 9th, 10th, or 11th grade students will require 2 doses of varicella vaccine (the first dose must have been given on or after the 1st birthday) and 1 dose of meningococcal vaccine.  These requirements must be met prior to the first day of school.  For more information, click on the Health Services link below.

Clinic Hours 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.| Phone (210) 356-1403 | Fax (210) 637-4423

Cynthia Carillo RN

Cynthia Alsbury RN
School Nurse

I graduated from UTHSCSA with a BS in Nursing and began my career on the Oncology Unit at St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital.  I became the school nurse at Madison in 1995.  I love working with teenagers and enjoy the challenges they bring to the clinic. I have two wonderful children, Ben and Juliana.  Ben attended Hidden Forest Elementary, Eisenhower Middle School, and Madison. Juliana will enter Garner Middle School Fall 2013.  In my spare time I enjoy gardening, cooking, my kitties, and any activity involving my family.

Sharon Solis LVN

Sharon Solis LVN
School Nurse

 

I have been an LVN for fourteen years.  My nursing background has included adolescents for many of those years.  I have been at Madison since October 2008.  I have three grown children, Jennifer, Jaime Andres, and Emily.  I enjoy cooking, gardening, and family get-togethers.

Mona Witten

Mona Witten
Clinic Assistant

I have been the clinic assistant at Madison since 1995.  Before that I was the clinic assistant at Lee High School for three years.  My daughter Kristin attended Madison, and now has a beautiful daughter named Hannah.  When I’m not at work I like spending time with my family, especially my granddaughter, and cooking.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
AUTOMATIC EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR (AED) LOCATIONS

AED stands for "Automated External Defibrillator." An AED is used to administer an electric shock to a person who is having a cardiac arrest. AEDs are designed to allow non-medical personnel to save lives.

Two pads, connected to the AED, are placed on the patient's chest. A computer inside the AED analyzes the patient's heart rhythm and determines if a shock is required to save the victim. If a shock is required, the AED uses voice instructions to guide the user through saving the person's life.

Madison High School has eight (8) AEDs and they are located in the following areas:

  • #1 is in the main building foyer, attached to a trophy case, to the left of the circle entrance
  • #2 is in the cafeteria, to the right of the main lunch lines, near the fire extinguisher
  • #3 is in the entrance hall of the old gym, on the left wall
  • #4 is in the new gym, back entrance, just outside weight room
  • #5 is in the main Ag Instructional Building, just outside the  administrative offices
  • #6 is in the training room of the new gym
  • #7 belongs to Cross Country
  • #8 belongs to Golf
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