Health Services

  • Health Services Overview

    • Medication administration
    • Minor and emergency care
    • Diabetes treatment
    • Asthma treatment
    • Pregnancy monitoring/education
    • Health education
    • Crisis management
    • Vision, hearing and Type 2 Diabetes screenings
    • Monitoring ozone action days
    • Blood-borne pathogen training
    • CPR training

    Mission Statement

    The Grand Prairie ISD Health Services Department is dedicated to promoting wellness and enhancing the academic experience of students by addressing health-related obstacles through targeted interventions, focused and comprehensive health assessments, and effective health education. We prioritize prevention and advocacy, collaborating closely with student support services and community resources to ensure high-quality and professional care.

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Clinic

  • Medication: If your child will need to have any medications administered at school, (even over-the-counter medications), you will need to provide the clinic with a medication permission order (generic versions are available from your doctor). You may stop by the clinic and get one from me. If I am out, Mrs. Carrie Hargrove or Susie Chavera can provide you with one. School medication consent MUST signed by both you and your child’s doctor. If the medication is a prescription, it will need to be in the original packaging with the prescription label attached (no pills in baggies, mislabeled/expired pill bottles, inhalers without the box bearing the prescription label, etc).

    Important: Please keep sick kids home: Students must be 24 hours free of symptoms (fever, 100.5 F or higher, vomiting, or diarrhea). Kids DON’T always need to see the doctor, but they DO need to stay home for care.

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