Thank you for taking time to visit our website! We are happy to be such an integral part of your child’s school health services team. Our goal is to deliver quality acute, chronic, episodic and/or emergency health care to your child in an atmosphere of care, concern, and safety.
As members of the health care team, we work in collaboration with you, the parent/guardian, and your child’s health care provider to ensure that your child’s overall health plan is followed during their school day.
We want you to feel comfortable about the care your child is being given. We will be happy to discuss any concerns with you. Please feel free to contact us.
Tina M. Bechtel, RN, BSN, CSN, MS Ed Hannah Martin, RN, BSN, CSN
9th and 11th grade nurse 10th and 12th grade nurse
3/13/17 Important breaking news: Starting in the 2017/2018 school year, all seniors are required to have a 2nd Meningitis vaccine. Any student who has not provided proof of this update will be placed on provisional status and will be excluded from school starting Day 6 of the 2017-2018 school year. Those students who have had their first meningitis vaccine AFTER the age of 16 are exempt from this requirement. Additionally, all students must now have 4 polio vaccines with the fourth dose being administered on or after their fourth birthday, as well as an updated tdap vaccine given during or after their 7th grade year. Failure to have proper immunizations will also result in exclusions on Day 6 of the 2017-2018 school year.
6/9/17 School's out for the summer: As of today, we will be out of the building until August 28th, if you should need assistance prior to that date, please contact the office secretaries at 703-5360. If you should have specific questions regarding the new immunization requirements, please call Pupil Services at the district administration building. Please do not leave messages on our school phones as we will not be able to answer them in a timely fashion. Thank you!
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