About District Health
WEST ISD Health Services Department's
mission is to support student success, helping each person we touch reach his/her maximum health potential.
The school health program is NO substitute for the healthcare which parents should provide for their children. Rather than relieving parents’ responsibilities, this program is established to encourage individuals to utilize the services of a private physician, dentist, optometrist, and/or community health agencies.
The West ISD Health Clinics are designed to treat chronic health conditions (with proper documentation), and minor injuries and to act as a temporary “waiting room” for students who have become ill during the school day. Should a student become ill, only the persons designated as an Emergency contact in Skyward will be allowed to pick up the student. All telephone numbers MUST be updated immediately if changes occur during the school year.
School nursing is a professional registered nursing specialty that involves identification, assessment, prevention, and intervention to remedy or modify students' health needs.
Helpful Links:(Medication Authorization English)
- (Medication Authorization Spanish)
- Medication Authorizations must be filled out each new school year.
- If a medication is administered daily for 10 consecutive days by the school nurse, a new Medication Authorization form must be filled out each year by the student's prescribing physician and must be signed by both the prescribing physician and the parent/guardian.
- A new Asthma Action and Anaphylaxis/Allergy Action must be filled out each year by the student's prescribing physician and must be signed by both the prescribing physician and the parent/guardian.
- Guidelines for Self-Administration of Asthma Medication are located in the Asthma Action Plan (ENGLISH) (SPANISH) and must be signed by both the prescribing physician and the parent/guardian.
- Guidelines for Self-Administration of Anaphylaxis Medication are located in the Anaphylaxis Action Plan (ENGLISH) (SPANISH) and must be signed by both the prescribing physician and the parent/guardian.
- 7th Grade Immunizations are due on the first day of school or your child will be sent home unless they are exempt with the proper documentation required by the State of Texas requirements. Click Link (2022- 2023 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements)
- Immunization Schedules for the State of Texas
- COVID-19 Vaccine Student Consent
- All test takers under the age of 18 (minors) must consent using the following link: https://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com/minor-consent/
- Test takers who are 18 or older (adults) should consent using the following: https://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com/invite-by-code
- You will be required to enter an access code for your child's West ISD campus. Please write down the appropriate code below before proceeding to step 2.
- You will need the ACCESS CODE to complete registration based on the student’s campus (no spaces).
- WEST ISD does not require students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine; however, we are able to record the vaccine status with all other vaccines in a student's record. If you wish to provide your child's campus nurse with your child's COVID-19 vaccine information by email or a paper copy, we will record the information. given to your campus nurse.
Contact WEST ISD Health Services:
West ISD Lead Nurse, RN
Allergy and Anaphylaxis Forms