• The School Nurse

    • serves as the child's advocate
    • conducts health screenings
    • provides specialized health care and services
    • assesses and evaluates individual growth and development
    • monitors students' immunizations
    • acts as a resource for faculty, parents and students
    • provides individual health counseling to service emotional and physical health needs
    • identifies and refers possible pediatric and adolescent health problems for early diagnosis and treatment
    • evaluates and monitors communicable diseases and implements strategies to prevent the spread of disease in the school
    • conducts health related classroom instruction such as the maturation program
    • acts as a special education team member for children with special needs
    • serves as a liason with parents, physicians, community agencies and support groups to provide medical care and assistance to families and students in need
    • provides educational and promotional activites for the future healthy lifestyles of our students

Clinic News

  • Welcome Letter from Mrs. Titzman

    Click on the link above for a Welcome Letter to incoming Kindergarten parents. It has important clinic information regarding medications, immunizations and more.

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  • Immunizations

    State law requires students in Texas schools to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. Getting your child vaccinated not only protects your child’s health, but also that of the community.

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  • Medications on Campus

    A reminder, per district policy, students are NOT ALLOWED to carry medications on campus (unless ordered by a physician and cleared with administration). This includes medicated lip balms, creams, ointments, cough drops, and throat lozenges. In addition, students are NOT ALLOWED to transport medication to the clinic. Parents need to bring in ALL medications to the clinic with physician orders.

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