Health Services & Forms
- Certificate Vision Screening Form
- Certificate of Dental Screening Form
- Immunization Certificate
- Iowa Immunization Program
- Kindergarten Immunization and Physical Exam Records Form
- Le Mars Health Form
- Parental Authorization and Release Form
- Exposure BBP Incident Report Form
Health Services Policy
- Student Health and Wellness Policy
- 2021-22 Local Wellness Policy: Triennial Assessment
- 2022-23 School Wellness Policy Progress Reports HS
- 2022-23 School Wellness Policy Progress Reports MS
- 2022-23 School Wellness Policy Progress Reports Clark
- 2022-23 School Wellness Policy Progress Reports Franklin
- 2022-23 School Wellness Policy Progress Reports Kluckhohn
When To Keep Kids Home
Do not send them to school if they have:
- A fever at 100.0 degrees or higher (Child must be fever-free for 24 hours without any fever-reducing medication)
- Thrown up or had diarrhea in the last 24 hours
- A rash until the cause is known and for as long as it is contagious
- Questionable or undiagnosed “Pink eye” – until the doctor permits attendance
- Other untreated illnesses such as head lice, parasites, strep throat etc.
Note: If your child has a communicable illness such as the strep throat, pink eye, head lice, influenza, or fifth’s disease, we ask that you report it to the school office.
High/Middle School Nurse
All students entering Preschool and Kindergarten must be up-to-date on their immunizations prior to attending the first day of school. Kindergartens will need their Kindergarten Boosters.
All students entering 12th grade must provide proof of a meningococcal vaccine before the start of the school year. If your student has had a meningococcal vaccination BEFORE the age of 16, a second meningococcal vaccination is required by law.
All student entering kindergarten and 3rd Grade are required to have a visio screening prior to the first day of school.
All students entering kindergarten and 9th grade must provide proof of a dental screening completed before the start of the school year.
Welcome to Health Services
LeMars School District’s Health Services Department is strongly committed to student health and well-being. A child who is not healthy is unlikely to be alert, attentive, and ready to learn (NASN, 2002). A comprehensive school health program promotes student success.
LeMars School District has the equivalent of 2 full-time school nurses who provide nursing services in all of our elementary and secondary schools. The School Nurse serves as the health professional for the school community and provides a variety of services that support student learning.
Our Comprehensive School Health Program includes school health services, health education, and health promotion:
School Health Services
- Preventative and early identification services including screening programs for vision and hearing
- Emergency care for illness and injuries, and referral
- Management of acute and chronic health conditions
- Medication administration and monitoring
- Management and monitoring of communicable diseases
- Immunization compliance
- Assistance and support of District Health Curriculum to facilitate student’s development of health knowledge, attitudes, and skills
- Health information and referral resource support for school staff Health Promotion
- Partnering with parents and school community to promote wellness and prevention
- Supporting a healthy school environment which includes a safe physical and psychological environment