Healthy children learn better. Our goal is to help children maintain optimal health so they can take advantage of all of the educational opportunities offered to them.
We offer the following services:
All students entering Kansas schools must follow Kansas laws for immunizations and inoculations. Proof of immunizations must be presented upon enrollment. Families who have recently moved into district will be allowed thirty days to obtain immunization records. If your child is in the process of completing his or her required vaccines, documentation must show at least one of each of the required vaccine has been received.
Immunizations requirements change most every school year. The school will inform you of additional shots needed for fall enrollment.
Click here for a list of immunization requirements. Please contact your child's school nurse if you have questions. For additional information, please contact your child's health care provider or City-Cowley County Health Department.
Kansas law allows for students to carry their own inhalers that are prescribed for asthma or other breathing problems. Students are allowed to self-carry medication if the following criteria are met:
Students with the following health condition(s) shall be excluded from school:
Students will be re-admitted after being fever free for 24 hours without the use a fever reducing medication. Students with some conditions may return to school after being treated for 24 hours with an antibiotic. Call the school nurse for specific readmission guidelines.
Routine school wide head checks are no longer recommended. Students may be referred to the nurse for head checks if symptoms are evident, such as frequent scratching, visible bugs, etc. The school nurse will check any symptomatic students at the end of the school day, and will contact parents if live lice are present.
Over the counter medications for grades 6 through 12 may be administered with a signed parent authorization form. This authorization form may be obtained from the school nurse or click here for the form. Examples of over the counter medications include inbuprofen, acetaminophen, and menstrual symptom relief.
For grades Pre-Kindergarten through 4th grade, over the counter medications to be given at school will require written authorization from lawful custodian and licensed physician/dentist signature. Please contact the school nurse at your child's school for further information.
Lorri Greenlee, RN, BSN, MHCL
Coordinator of Health Services
Middle School, Trinity Lutheran, and Holy Name
Nancy Miller, RN, BSN
Irving & Lowell
Cathy Ulbrich, RN, BSN
Winfield High School
LeAnn Tipps, RN, BSN
Whittier, County View, & WELC
Kathy Fell, RN, BSN
Cowley County Special Services Cooperative