Welcome to the Nurse's Station
Healthy children are successful learners.
The practice of school nursing began in the United States on October 1, 1902 when the initial role of the school nurse was to reduce absenteeism by intervening with students and families regarding health care needs related to communicable diseases. While the nurse’s role has expanded greatly from its original focus, the essence of the practice remains the same. The school nurse supports student success by providing health care assessment, intervention, and follow-up for all children within the school setting. Glance at a school nurse's responsibilities.
- The school nurse provides direct health care to students and staff.
- The school nurse provides leadership for the provision of health services.
- The school nurse provides screening and referral for health conditions.
- The school nurse promotes a healthy school environment.
- The school nurse promotes health.
- The school nurse serves in a leadership role for health policies and programs.
- The school nurse serves as a liaison between school personnel, family, community, and health care providers.
Parents' Guide to Immunization Requirements for School Entry
Kindergarten to 12th Grade Immunization Requirements
- CDPH Guide to Immunizations Required for School Entry Grades K-12 (Spanish)
- Immunization Requirements for K-12
7th Grade Immunization Requirements
New Law (SB 277 ) Effective in 2016
Alisa Anderson, RN
Amy Dickens, LVN
Patty Martinez, LVN
Dawn Shaffer, RN
Oakdale Jr High
Fair Oaks Elementary
Sierra View Elementary
- Medication Administration Form English
- Medication Administration Form Spanish
- Allergy and Anaphalaxis Emergency Care Plan
- Dental Oral Health Form
- Diastat Administration Plan
- Health Exam School Entry Form
- Medi-Cal for Families Order Form
- Seizure Action Plan
- Student Health History
- Student Health History Spanish