Health Services supervises all nurses and health assistants, submits state reports for immunizations and screening, maintains compliance with state requirements for student health, supports nurses and health assistants in completing their work at the campuses, provides education for staff in bloodborne pathogens, diabetes, hands-only CPR, food allergies, and EpiPen administration, provides classes in CPR for staff, maintains Hep B eligible employee roster and provides vaccination clinic, and provides medical resource for all stakeholders.
Updated: Wednesday, March 25, 2020, 6:00 PM The Arlington ISD will not be resuming classes on our campuses on April 6. We do not know at this time when school on our campuses will resume. In the meantime, the At-Home Learning Hub is growing daily so that your children continue their learning.…Read More...
Health Information & Forms
- Administration of Medication at School:
- Admin of Emergency Medication at School:
- Guidelines for keeping your child home (illness)
- Immunizations Required for Admission to Public School
- Claiming Exemption from Immunizations
- JPS School-Based Health Centers
- Staph infections - what you need to know
- Additional information about staph infections