Health Services

The goal of School Nurses is to promote optimal wellness in order to enhance a student's ability to learn.

School Nurses also provide information and training to faculty and staff.

Information for Parents and Students

  • Please review your child's Certificate of Immunization to make sure it is up to date. 
  • Parents of students in grades 6 - 12 should pay close attention to information about the meningococcal (meningitis) vaccine.
  • The best way to prevent Zika and other diseases transmitted by mosquitoes is to prevent mosquito bites!  Check out the link below for additional information.
  • Influenza "the flu" can be serious.  10 Fight The Flu Actions 
  • Cleaning/Disinfecting Tips Find out more about the flu and how to prevent it from the links below.
  • A School Medication Prescriber/Parent Authorization must be on file with the School Nurse for every medication on the school campus.  You will find it under "forms" on this page.
  • Do you know the Impact of Heavy Backpack use? Find out the Impact of Heavy Backpack use Here
  • Click this link for information about HPV (human papillomavirus) and the HPV vaccine
  • See the information about Coronavirus below.  Your child's School Nurse will give you information about returning to school.
Female Director
Chrysta Russell, RN - Lead Nurse

Universal Precautions Video

Bloodborne Pathogens for School Employees. You must print, sign, and return a form to your school's principal stating you have watched this video. The form can be found under the Teachers/Staff section in Health Services.