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.
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- Chickenpox English | Spanish
- Fifth Disease English | Spanish
- Flu Vaccine English
- Head Lice English | Spanish
- Impetigo English | Spanish
- Measles English | Spanish
- Meningococcal English
- Mono (Infectious Mononucleosis) English | Spanish
- Mumps English | Spanish
- Pertussis (“Whooping Cough”) English | Spanish
- Ringworm English | Spanish
- Rubella English | Spanish
- Scabies English | Spanish
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.