Arlington ISD Health Services will advocate for the wellness and safety of our students by providing compassionate, evidenced-based care and health education to promote successful learning.
Health Services provides supervision and support for all campus nurses and clinic assistants and are a medical resource for all stakeholders. The department submits reports for the state required immunizations and health screening, and provides education for all staff in CPR, bloodborne pathogens, food allergies, EpiPen administration, diabetes, Naloxone administration, bleeding control training, first aid for seizures, and more. We maintain a roster of employees eligible for Hepatitis B vaccine and provide regular clinics for the administration of the vaccine to those employees.
In accordance with SB294 Arlington ISD stocks unassigned albuterol and epinephrine auto injectors on all campuses. Health Services staff and other trained personnel will administer the unassigned albuterol and epinephrine auto injectors in urgent and emergent situations.
In accordance with SB629 Arlington ISD stocks naloxone, an opioid antagonist, on all campuses. Health Services staff and other trained personnel will administer the naloxone in urgent and emergent situations.
Administration of Medication at School
Administration of Emergency/Rescue Medication at School
- Guidelines for Keeping Your Child Home from School for Illness
- Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis
- Required Immunizations for Admission to Public School
- Exemption Information: School Immunizations
- Meningitis Information for Students and Parents
- Physical and Mental Health Resources
- 211- Find Community Resources
- Flu Information
- COVID Information
- Where to obtain a free COVID test