Health Services


Our mission is to maximize the use of resources in support of student achievement.


Health Services are provided to monitor, promote, and protect the health of students in the Pre-K through 12th grade school setting. These services foster growth, development, and education achievement for our students.

The Health Services / School Nurse takes on a leadership role by assessing risks and promoting resilience to ensure that students achieve optimal health and well-being. 

Parent and Guardian Information

Coordinated School Health (CSH)

Immunization Partners

Pre-K Immunization Letter

Pre-K Immunization Letter (Spanish)

Kindergarten Immunization Letter

Kindergarten Immunization Letter (Spanish)

7th Grade Immunization Letter

7th Grade Immunization Letter (Spanish)

Guidelines for Health Care in a School Setting

Safety Information

Communicable Disease/Illness Management Policy

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Per the Department of Education and T.C.A. 49-6-5001, no child can be permitted to attend any public school until proof of immunization is presented to the admission officer of the school. It is the parent/guardian responsibility to have their children immunized as required. This does not apply to any child whose parent/guardian files a signed and written statement that such immunizations conflict with the parent/guardian’s religious practices, under penalty of perjury, or if a child has not been immunized due to medical reasons, and presents a written statement from the child’s physician, excusing the child from such immunization.