" Students need to be Healthy to be Educated and Educated to be Healthy."
The mission of the health office is to create an environment where students can be in the best health for optimal learning.
The Health Office is staffed by a Licensed School Nurse and three trained Health Assistants who are certified in CPR and First Aid. As a team, we work together to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of our students.
Please feel free to contact us any time you have any questions or concerns.
Just a reminder to practice good wand washing techniques with your children at home.
Also coughing into your elbow instead of your hand dramatically reduces the spread of germs.
If your child is ill, please keep them home, do not administer Tylenol and send them to school. Our policy states children should remain home 24 hours after the last vomiting episode or fever returning to normal without the use of fever reducers such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen Remember your child immune system is on the mend and very vulnerable to contracting other virus and bacterial strains they can be exposed to in school.
Thank you for helping keep our kid healthy and reduce the spread of colds and flu!!
February is Dental Month
Free Dental care for those who qualify, see the tab at left for details.
Utilize this form when reporting an accident at school. Just click on the form link below and complete. Submit to the Nurse upon completion.
Licensed District School Nurse:
Jolie Holland, RN, LSN
cell/text 763-219-2469 or
Winsted Elementary, 320-543-4690 ext 1124 and
Holy Trinity Elementary: 320-485-2182 ext 5625 or
High School / Middle School: 320-543-3900 Ext 4501 or
Humphrey Elementary: 320-543-4680 ext 3103 or