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Health Information

Centennial Health Services is committed to providing relevant health and resource information for the Centennial School District community.

Every school office is staffed by a Health Service professional (either a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse) who collaborates with students, families, staff and community partners to promote student health for academic success.

Centennial Health Services staff provide the following services under the direction of a Licensed School Nurse in support of Centennial students:

  • Monitor immunization status of students
  • Manage health plans for students with health conditions
  • Provide first aid and emergency care to students and staff
  • Medication administration
  • Maintain health service records
  • Implement screening programs
  • Surveillance of communicable disease

Email: Michelle Noha, RN, PHN
Licensed School Nurse
District Health Services
Phone: 763.792.5530
Fax: 763.792.5450

Family Health Resources

Please find below links to frequently referenced health information for your children.

Allergies

The risk of accidental exposure to foods can be reduced if staff, students, parents, and physicians work together to minimize risks and provide a safe educational environment for food-allergic students.

Health forms

Diabetic Care Plan, Medication Authorization, Seizure Action Plan.

Health Services staff

Health Services staff handle health-related needs in each district building.

Immunizations

Various immunizations are required by Minnesota state law.

Infectious Disease

Guidelines for helping you make the decision if you student is well enough to go to school.

Measles

General information about measles, including symptoms, complications, vaccines, tests, and treatment.

Screenings

Several health-related screenings are regularly scheduled. Additionally, any student can be screened upon a parent or teacher request. For home school families, please request a screening by contacting the district nurse.

Is My Student Well Enough to Go to School?

When should a student stay home? When are they well enough to attend school? Review guidelines to help you make those decisions.