Student Health Services (SHS) believes that optimal learning
requires good health. SHS works to ensure the health and well-being of students
and staff by developing, implementing, and delivering school health services and
programs. The office includes a Coordinator, Professional Assistant III, and 23
Registered Nurses (17 Cluster Nurses and 6 Special Education Nurses). All bring
years of pediatric and healthcare experience.
SHS delivers school health services through a team approach with registered
nurses and clinic assistants who work in the school-based clinics. Student
Health Services serves as a resource for all school health related issues.
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FCS –District Wellness Council & Information
from School Nutrition
Did You Know?
It is a federal requirement that all districts that participate in the National School Lunch Program have a Wellness Policy. The District Wellness Council, comprised of stakeholders representing School Nutrition, Student Health Services, Physical Education, Athletics, Communications, and parents, reviews the Wellness Policy. View the Wellness Policy at www.fcsnutrition.com
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Student Health Services Believes:
"Children must be healthy to be educated, and educated to be healthy"
Dr. Jocelyn Elder, Former U.S. Surgeon General
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Current Newsletter: January 2017
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