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Health Services


Children must be healthy to be educated, and must be educated to be healthy. 
Health Services staff strive to create and sustain environments that are physically and emotionally safe, vital to promoting student academic success and healthy, resilient youth.


The major focus of school health services is the achievement of optimal health, 
with prevention of illness and disability through early detection and correction of 
health problems. The Health Services staff is committed to promoting and 
establishing the following conditions for all students:


 *Access to an appropriate education in a safe and welcoming environment

*Active student participation in managing their chronic health conditions

*Participation in comprehensive health education programs

*Demonstration of the ability to practice appropriate health-enhancing

*Regular school attendance in optimum health and ready to

*Utilization of appropriate community healthcare resources


  • School Nursing Services
  • School-based Occupational Therapy Services
  • School-based Physical Therapy Services
  • Immunization Clinic
  • Community Health Referrals
  • Health Education
  • School Health Advisory Council
  • LEA and MAA Medi-Cal Programs
  • School Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  • Employee Health Services


If you have any questions, concerns, or need clarification on something please contact Ms. Watcher.


  • Immunizations must be up to date for every student enrolled in any California school
  • First grade students must provide proof of physical and dental exams within 90 days of enrollment
  • 7th grade students must provide proof of Tdap