Health Services

Health Services

Health Services

Health services are offered to all students of the South Euclid Lyndhurst City School district.  These services are provided by licensed nurses and trained school health aides employed by PSI, our contracted provider of coordinated health services.  These services include:

  • vision screenings
  • hearing screenings
  • immunization screening
  • development and monitoring of the student health card, including existing medical conditions and cautions
Additional services include first aide, communicable disease inspections and epidemiological control when necessary. The administration of medication is also available with the provision of necessary paperwork by the parent and physician.  Forms are available online or at your school’s office.
The district nurse has many roles within the school setting. As a provider of student health care, clinical knowledge and the application of nursing process assist in planning for the student with special health needs. As a teacher, the nurse can help to provide information in the area of health education to students, staff and parents. As a communicator in a consultative or resource role, the nurse can help facilitate a better understanding of student health needs to SEL staff. The role of planning and coordinating student health care takes collaborative effort within the school system and in the community. The school nurse can help articulate specific needs that will enhance a student’s ability to perform at an optimal level for academic achievement.
For more information, please contact Sally Tibjash, RN, Health Services Coordinator at 216-691-2022 or [email protected]
Or you can contact the Pupil Services Department at 216-691-2020.

Immunization Update

Tdap Booster and Meningococcal Vaccine Requirements 2020-2021

The ODH has revised the school immunization requirements to include the following vaccines for students in grades 7 through 12:

• Tdap Booster: 1 dose for ALL students grades 7 - 12

• Meningococcal Vaccine: 1 dose requirement for grades 7 through 11; and ALL 12th graders will need 1 or 2 doses of the  Meningococcal vaccine depending on student's age of first dose.

If you have any questions please call Health Services at 216-691-2022.

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