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NM Lions Operation Kidsight
NMLOKS is a program provides vision screenings to NM students Pre-K through 12th grade. A comprehensive eye examination and eyeglasses will be provided to students in need who does not have vision insurance that is identified by school Health Aide or Nurse. Please contact Health Office for Voucher process.
School-Based Health Clinic
This program provides health related assistance while your student is at school. For more information, please stop in and see the School Nurse Aide.

School Base Health Clinic: Wednesdays and Thursdays with Indian Health Service Providers (Lydia Kim M.D. & Sandy Saganey P.A). Signed consents by parents are to be in place prior to students receiving services. (Filled out at registration).

Services include: Sports physicals (Sports physical packets could be picked up in the main office or health office. Please fill out all health history and sign all areas that require parent signatures), minor illnesses and injuries, counseling referrals and more.

Over the counter medication: are not offered in the Health Office starting this year 2018/1019 school year:  unless an Authorization is written as if an prescription for an medication is written by a Physician or Provider and also needs to have the Parents signature indicating permission.

Prescription Medications: as always are allowed with parent/legal guardian and provider’s signature with directions. Container must be a new bottle from Pharmacy that is to be dropped off here at the school health office.

Tdap vaccines are needed for all 7th graders. Notes and/ or phone calls will be sent. Flu shots or immunizations will NOT be given onsite.

Hearing and vision screenings are in process (8th grade, SPED and New Students).

We have had an increase in students needing to be sent home and with the upcoming cold/flu, etc. season to arrive we predict more students needing emergent pickups and possible transports.  So, to remind parents to keep the most recent Emergency Contact phone numbers on file will be most beneficial.