760-726-5766 Ext. 61012
INTERNAL LINK [email protected]
The Health Office is located near the administration building. Any on-campus injury should be reported to the health office staff immediately. Please keep the health office informed of any special medical concerns. If your child must use crutches or wheelchair on campus, a physician's order must be turned in to the health office. All students must have an up-to-date emergency card on file. Other than providing first aid, the school is unable to offer any treatment or to provide any medication unless it's under the direction of a physician. Any required medication, including aspirin, must be kept and taken in the health office. Medication must be brought to school by the parent/guardian, not students. Students are not permitted to be in possession of any medication (either prescription or over the counter such as cough drops, Coricidin, creams, eye drops, etc.) on any school campus or at any school activity.
GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS ON KEEPING ILL STUDENT HOME - ENGLISH, click HERE
GUIA PARA LOS PADRES PARA NO MANDAR A LOS ESTUDIANTES ENFERMOS A CLASE - SPANISH, click HERE
P. E. Excuse
We may be granted with a note from the parent, NOT to exceed 3 days during school year. Beyond 3 days, a doctor’s note MUST be provided to the health office and PE Teacher. Dressing out may be required.
- Student health history.pdf
- Certificate of Chronic Medical Condition
- Medical Statement to Request meals and or accommodations.pdf
- Fluid milk Substitution.pdf Reemplazar la leche liquida.pdf
- Authorization for medication Administration.pdf
- Emergency Health Care Plan.pdf
- Parent Consent and Physical Authorization.pdf
- Asthma Care Plan.pdf
Our service, which we perform for students, when needed. Any student who is required to take medication (during the regular school day) prescribed for him/her by a physician, licensed in the State of California, may be assisted by the school nurse or other designated school personnel if a:
- A written statement from a licensed California physician detailing the method, time, and amount of medicine to be taken and a written statement from the parent or guardian of the student indicating the desire that the school district assist the student in the matters set forth in the physician statement.
Parents and/or students may pick up a medication authorization form in the health office. A supply of prescribed medication should be in containers which are clearly marked with the name of the student, the name of the prescribing physician (licensed) in California, name of the medication, and the amount of medication to be taken at specified times or in specific situations. We are unable to accept medication in plastic baggies or unmarked containers. The student should know the time to take the medication and must come to the health office at the appropriate times.