Student Health

For information about our COVID-19 protocols during the 2020-21 school year, please visit the WAPS Safe Learning Plan website.

Major goals of our Student Health Services program include:

• assisting with access to primary health care.
• providing a system for dealing with crisis medical situations.
• providing health screening and immunization monitoring.
• identification and care of student health concerns.
• promotion of appropriate health education.
• promoting a healthful and safe school environment that facilitates learning.
• providing a system of evaluation of the effectiveness of the school health program.

Student Health Services staff strive to create and maintain a safe and healthy environment for students. We request that parents notify us of any health condition that may affect their child’s educational progress, especially any that may result in an emergency or require our assistance during the school day. Our staff is available to assist students and their families in planning any needed school accommodations.

During the 2020-21 school year, students feeling ill during the school day are asked to first tell their teacher.  Arrangements will be made for the student to be transported to the school isolation room for screening by trained staff.  The plan for the student will be determined in consultation with the health office staff and school nurse, according to the Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Parents/guardians of students who are ill will be contacted and must pick up their student immediately, especially if any COVID-19 symptoms are present.

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Laurie Jackels

Health Secretary
Winona Middle School

Kristin Coudron

School Nurse, RN, BSN, LSN
District Wide, Washington Kosciusko Elementary School, Goodview Elementary School, Jefferson Elementary School, Goodview Early Childhood

Amy Beier

Jefferson Elementary School

Wendy Bublitz

Health Secretary
Jefferson Elementary School