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Nursing

Please let us know if your student has a health concern, diagnosis, or injury. This will help us to ensure their safety during the school day.

We always attempt to reach a parent or guardian by phone when a student comes to the health office. We ask that if a student is injured or ill, they come to be evaluated in the health office and not call parents or guardians from their cell phones.

Emergency Medication

If your student has asthma that requires a rescue inhaler, or an allergy that requires an EpiPen, they should carry this on their person at all times. Please complete an action plan and turn it into the health office.

Medication

Students are not allowed to carry medication on campus without written approval in the health office. If you would like to have any over the counter medications available for your student at school, such as Ibuprofen or Tylenol, allergy medication, or cough drops etc., please take a look at the APS Medication Policy to the right to find the needed forms. You may also stop by and get a copy from the health office. Please call at anytime with any questions.

Please call the nurse to discuss any medication that may need to be taken at school that is prescribed by a doctor and complete the provider authorization form.

Prevent Lice

Use lice repel spray daily.

Mandatory New Student and 8th-grade Health Screening

Families sign a consent form during ParentVue registration that provides consent for screening (vision, hearing, dental, etc). If you do not want your child screened, then you need to provide the health office with a written statement/exemption letter declining screenings. This needs to be provided every year

Contact Information

  • Juan Cordova
    Health Assitant

    Phone: ext. 37565
  • Xiao Hua
    Nurse

    Phone: ext. 37566

Vision

Our Students will feel supported and cared for by the health office staff. Our students will promote a positive health outlook and have access to health education.

Health Office Mission

We will support a student's success by providing health care through assessment and intervention for our students in the school setting. We will collaborate with parents and staff to address the physical and emotional needs of our students to support their achievements in school.

APS Medication Policy

Medication Forms

Flu Shots! Got Shots Clinics!

Go get your Flu shot this Fall. You may call your primary care doctor, visit your pharmacy, or click link below for flu clinics being held. Get Your vaccinations up to date with the NMDOH requirements for school.

7th Grade Vaccination Requirements

All 7th graders will need to have a Tdap Booster and Meningococcal vaccine. Visit Vaxview.NM to get access/copy of your shot record.

SBHC

Please see information below for the School Based Health Centers.

SBHC Information & Forms

Medicaid Forms

Please see the forms for names and phone numbers to reach our APS Medicaid specialists. Please call for any questions or help with applying.

Please Notify The Health Office Of A Covid + Result

Please contact THMS administration team or the Health office if your student tests positive for COVID and/or may be in isolation/quarantine. The reasons for this are mostly so that we can support you and your student and make sure we coordinate as a team during our remote learning. We are here to help!

Coughs, Handwashing, Face Masks!

Get your student ready to come back into the school by following these safe practice guidelines.

CDC Websites

Food Resources

Please look to these sites below for help:

APS Community Resources

Please view New Mexico Crisis Access line with the new app for mobile phones, which gives you 24 hr access to reach someone for support.