The primary mission of the Wayzata Public School Health Service is to promote the health and safety of students, recognizing that healthy young adults are better learners. This is accomplished through a comprehensive program that includes prevention, health education and direct health care for students with physical, social and psychological concerns. The district nurses and health paraprofessional work together to achieve these goals.
Contact the Health Office: 763-745-6617 or fax 763-745-6618
Health Office Protocol:
Students, who become ill, except in the case of an emergency, should report to their regular class for a PASS for the Health Office. If a student needs to go home because of illness, the Health Service staff must make the necessary arrangements by reaching a parent by phone to excuse the student to go home. All accidents involving student injury must be reported to Health Services.
Parents should notify Health Service staff of any special health conditions, change in health status, or immunizations updated during the school year. Parents and students are encouraged to discuss special needs and health conditions with the High School District Nurse and classroom teachers.
No routine hearing and vision screening, but the school Health Service may be contacted to request screening.
In accordance with Minnesota state law, Wayzata High School observes the No Shots, No School policy the first day of school. Any questions regarding a student’s immunization status should be directed to the school’s health office.