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Health Services Overview


All GISD student's must be in full compliance with state-mandated vaccines by the first day of school or risk first day of school exclusion. GISD Health Services has partnered with WCCHD and Aurora Concepts to host a FREE Beginning of the Year Vaccine Clinic for all GISD students on July 20 from 10am-2pm at the Hammerlun Center for Leadership & Learning. 

All vaccines will be free either through the TVFC vaccine program, or through billing insurance. All state-mandated vaccines will be available, along with COVID-19 vaccines. 

No Insurance? No Problem! For uninsured students, please complete the following forms prior to your arrival:

Aurora Solutions Forms


Health Services

School Nursing is defined as "a specialized practice of professional nursing that advances the well-being, academic success and lifelong achievement and health of students. To that end, school nurses facilitate positive student responses to normal development; promote health and safety; intervene with actual and potential health problems; provide case management services; and actively collaborate with others to build student and family capacity for adaptation, self-management, self-advocacy, and learning." (National Association of School Nurses, 2010)

Your Child's Health Matters

The Georgetown ISD Health Services staff believes that the ability for students to learn is directly related to the status of their health. Students with unmet health needs will have a difficult time engaging in the educational process. Georgetown ISD understands this and provides a professional registered nurse on every campus with the goal of promoting optimum health for all students and staff.

School Nurse Roles and Responsibilities

  • Management of communicable illness through infection control measures (early detection, surveillance, reporting, and follow-up) and ensuring immunization compliance
  • Provide health assessments and interventions for students and staff who become ill or have an injury
  • Screen and evaluate findings in vision, hearing, scoliosis, and acanthosis nigricans (risk assessment for Type II diabetes)
  • Administer medications according to district policy
  • Case Management and education for students with chronic illness: diabetes, asthma, ADHD
  • Provide pediatric special procedures: gastrostomy feedings, tracheostomy care, catheterizations, ventilation treatments, intravenous therapy
  • Coordinates health care status and plans with parents, physicians, and school personnel
  • Provide Health Education to students, staff, and parents
  • Leadership and support for wellness activities
  • Individual health counseling with students

Clinic Assistant (located at each High School)

  • Provide support to the campus RN
  • Provide first aid and administers medication
  • Monitors immunization compliance and provides data entry