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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 health office is staffed by a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN) who collaborates with students, families, staff and community partners to promote student health for academic success.

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

  • 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 in a manner that is consistant with the Minnesota Board of Nursing 
  • Maintain individual student health service records
  • Monitor for communicable disease

See link to locate the name and contact information for the nurse of your child's school.

Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Learn more about the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Family Health Resources

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

Concussion Information

Learn more about symptoms of a concussion.

Head Lice

Find information and resources on head lice.

Health Plans

Diabetic Care Plan, Medication Authorization, Seizure Action Plan, Allergy Action Plan, and more.

Health Services staff

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


Various immunizations are required by Minnesota state law.

Is My Student Well Enough to Go to School?

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

Medications at school

Complete forms in order for any medication (prescription or over-the-counter) to be administered at school.

Conscientious Immunization Exemption

If you choose not to have your student immunized, this form must be completed in order for your student to attend school (see page 2 of the instructions).