Lynne Sather, Health Assistant
Ellen Parker, District Nurse
To promote the health and safety of the school-age child and to minimize or eliminate health-related barriers to learning. To promote employee health and well being.
To operate as a short-term facility where ill or injured students can rest and have their needs evaluated until they are able to return to class or be placed under their parent’s care. It is a site for health screening procedures as delineated by MN Dept. of Children Family and Learning, a center where health records are located and an area where nursing procedures are performed so that students can participate as fully as possible in the least restrictive educational setting.
The Health Assistant is an integral part of the health services team. They are medically trained personnel who provide first aid support for students and staff, do delegated nursing procedures, assist with screenings, organize and maintain the health room and keep the school nurse informed of the buildings needs and areas of concern. The District School Nurse provides direct professional support and service to students, families, and staff. They assess the health needs of students and staff, make appropriate referrals and do follow up. They function as a member of the building staff and are a liaison between other health care professionals, educators, students and their families.
Health Services & Forms
The district website contains Health Information for families. The site includes attendance policies for common communicable diseases such as strep throat and chicken pox, medication policies and forms, and health record information within the school district.
All Immunization Information, including immunization requirements, is available on the district website.