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Student Health & Support Services
Welcome to Student Health & Support Services. Arroyo Grande High School is dedicated to providing students with the necessary services to meet medical, dental, vision and mental health needs. Assistance can be located in the Health Services office located between the main office and the gym.  Hours are 7:30 - 4:00 when school is in session. 
 
   
Emergency Care Cards:
Emergency Care Cards enable teachers and office staff to contact the appropriate person if a child becomes ill or has an accident. Please keep your records up to date with the correct names, addresses, and telephone numbers. This is vital to the safety and welfare of your child. Inform the school office and the school nurse of any changes of this information.  A new Emergency Care Card is required at the beginning of each school year.


Secretary for School Nurse: 
Contact the Health Services Secretary at 805-474-3200, extension 2188.
Fax is:  805-473-4269
 
School Nurse:
Our school nurse is Nicole Johnson. The nurse provides emergency care for injuries or illness that occur on campus. She will contact you, if necessary, using the phone numbers listed on your emergency cards in the office. The school nurse works closely with staff on students identified health concerns and provides a supportive school care plan to all teachers. Vision and hearing screening are done annually for all special education and sophomore students. You may contact her if you have any concerns with your child’s vision or hearing.
 
If your child becomes sick or injured at school:
Students cannot be released without the consent of a parent, guardian or other person listed on the Emergency Card. If, following an injury your child has a cast or brace and needs help to and from class, please notify the school nurse for accommodations. If your child is absent from school for more than three days, a note from the doctor is required. Please provide a doctors note if your child or absent for more than three days or if you have received a notice from the school about excessive absences from the school, a note from your physician or school nurse is required.