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Health Services

District health services is committed to providing the services needed so that our students are healthy, safe and ready to learn. Our district health offices: 

  • Monitor immunization status of students
  • Manage health plans for students with health conditions
  • Provide first aid and emergency care to students and staff
  • Administer medication as ordered by a physician
  • Maintain health service records
  • Implement screening programs
  • Surveillance of Communicable disease

Is my child too sick for school?

District 191 is committed to keeping our schools healthy and safe during this COVID-19 pandemic. Screening for illness and staying home when ill is foundational in this process. Your partnership is required in achieving this goal. Each household is asked to assess their child’s health daily at home, prior to leaving for school. 

Below you will find the Home Screening Checklist. Failure to answer no to each question indicates that your child is experiencing an illness and/or has had a recent exposure to a COVID-19 positive individual and should stay home. Please contact your school’s attendance line with this information or your school health office.  

District Health Services follows the Minnesota Department of Health Decision Tree for when deciding  to have students remain at home or go home with illness.  

Immunizations

In order for students to enroll or remain enrolled in elementary or secondary schools, Minnesota state law requires documentation of required immunizations or written proof of exemption.

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One91 Diamondhead Clinic

Diamondhead Clinic

Non-emergency medical care is provided on a walk-in basis to children from birth through high school years.

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Additional Health Services

Health Forms