PVUSD Health ServicesFrequently Requested Forms!
California Department Of Health
Immunization requirements for school entry! Click on LEARN MORE HERE for more information and for other languages such as Spanish, Arabic, and much more!
Edward A Hall Middle School Health Office!
Welcome to the Health Office!
Lorena Serna, RN
Please contact the Attendance Office
Laura Gallegos - Attendance Specialist
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Offering COVID and influenza testing!
- Routine and Emergency Medical First Aid
- Medication Administration per Physician Orders in accordance with PVUSD
- Individualized Health Care Plans & Implementation
- Health and Wellness Support Services, Resources, and Referrals
- Implementation of Medical Accommodations per IEP/504 Plan & Physicians' Orders.
- Annual Vision and Hearing Screening/Referrals for new students and 8th graders
- Medical Support, Referrals, and Additional Resources/Support
- Specialized Health Care per Physician Orders and recommendations
- Support for services and limitations at school per Physician’s Medical Orders – such as Mobility Limitations and/or Physical Activity PE Limitations due to illness or injury
- Managing Immunization Records, Updates & State Reporting
- Health Documentation; Paper & Electronic
- Personal Hygiene Products, as requested
- Personal Protective Equipment (Masks, Gloves & Face Shields)
- A Safe Space for All Students & Families
- Medication at school is limited to those students who require medication during the school day to treat a specific health problem. Medications are to be supplied by the parent in a pharmacy bottle or original container labeled with the student’s name, name of the drug, correct dosage, as well as the date and amount of original medication in the container.
- Medication is stored in the Health Office with the exception of those situations in which a student requires medication to be carried on his/herself for treatment of emergency conditions.
- The student’s physician must prescribe the medication. Non-
Prescription medications (such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen) must also be authorized by the student’s physician. The Parent and Physician must complete and sign the consent and authorization form.
- Medications that continue into a new school year require written re-authorization by Parents and Physicians for each new school year. If your child is currently taking medication at school, please pick up all unused medication by the last day of school.
- If your child has an ongoing or temporary medical diagnosis of a health condition, injury, or disability which may require medication, limitations, PE restrictions, special needs, daily routine health care, emergency first aid, or any other health care support, please contact the school health office. If applicable, a health care plan may be developed to help ensure the health and safety of your student at school.
- All healthcare plans must be reviewed and updated each school year. Please notify the health office of any changes to your child’s current health status.
- Medication Consent Form, Asthma Health Care Plan, Allergy Action Plan, Seizure Care Plan, Diabetes School Management Plan, PE Limitations Form, and others can be downloaded from this website.