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Health Services

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Healthy students are better learners

We are here to help support your child’s health and wellness. Please contact health services staff to let us know of any health concerns or medical conditions that your child may have. Remember, if your child is sick, please keep them home. 

Please report an absence any time your child is out of school due to illness.

Report An Absence


Use the SchoolPass app (preferred method) to notify the school of absences. Families can download the SchoolPass app on their mobile device. Please include the reason for the absence in the comments section.

Need help? Contact the Family Support Help Desk at 651-351-8404 or


Attendance Line:


(All Day Absence)
Please include your student’s first and last name, spelling of last name, grade, reason for absence and return phone number.


(Partial Day Absence - arriving late or leaving early)

Please include your student’s first and last name, spelling of last name, grade, reason for dismissal or absence, time of dismissal or estimated time of arrival and return phone number. In cases of Partial Day attendance (student leaving early), it is your student’s responsibility to create an E-Hall pass using their mobile phone or computer.  

For early student dismissal, please report using the above methods at least two hours in advance. In case of an emergency or you need immediate response, please call the Main Office Secretary at 651-351-8040 or your student pony center.


651-351-8000 (All Day Absence)
651-351-8011 (Partial Day Absence)

Nicole Myers
Licensed School Nurse

Melissa Fischer
Registered Nurse

Theresa Schlenker
Health Paraprofessional

Fax: 651-351-8049

See Something,
Say Something

If you overhear something, notice strange behaviors, or see a concerning post on social media - please speak up.

Mental Health Resources: You're Not Alone

More and more of the youth in our communities are struggling with mental health issues, from anxiety and depression to drug addiction and suicide ideation.

If you're noticing your child acting out, becoming anxious or depressed, or developing unhealthy behaviors or addictions, please reach out to us. We are here to help.

Please see our Mental Health Support Page