Clinic

  • 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 student´s 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 special education team member for children with special needs
    • serves as a liaison with parents, physicians, community agencies and support groups to provide medical care and assistance to families and students in need
    • provides educational and promotional activities for the future healthy lifestyles of our students

Clinic News

  • 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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  • Maturation Video

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  • Medications on Campus

    ALL medications shall be delivered to and kept in the school clinic. Medications may not be kept in the classroom or administered by a teacher in the classroom. Students may not carry ANY type of medication (prescription, non-prescription, homeopathic products, vitamins, or over-the-counter health products) on their person, in their lunch box, purse, or book bag/backpack, on the school bus, or place these types of items in their locker.

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