Greetings from the Webster Health Office!
Please call the Main Office at (612) 668-1210 to report any absences, attendance-related issues, or any immediate concerns.
Health Office Contact Information:
Health Office Phone: (612) 668-1218
Fax: (612) 668-1220
Health Office Staff:
Licensed School Nurse: Demetra Reckas-Jackson (RN, LSN). Demetra is in the Webster health office four days a week. Her role involves coordinating and monitoring the Health Office operations, student health services, planning for students with special health needs, emergency planning, staff training, Special Education evaluations, IEP accommodations, and support for health-related concerns specified in 504 plans.
Licensed Practical Nurse: Carolyn Harris (LPN). She is in the Webster health office on Monday through Friday.
Carolyn's role is to provide direct nursing assistance for student health visits, to screen for symptoms, and to administer medications and treatments for students with chronic health conditions. Carolyn assists in the management of doctor orders and immunization records.
Please visit the District's Health Website for:
Commonly Used Forms
Information about Illness and Communicable Disease
Immunizations Needed for School
Taking Medicine in School
Am I well enough to go to school? This brochure has information about common childhood illnesses and details about when students must stay at home.
Does your child have Special Dietary Needs? Please visit the Nutrition Services Website for information and forms about providing special diet accommodations for students.
Hearing Screening: Performed annually by the district’s audiologist for all 1st-grade students.
Vision Screening: This service is provided by Phillip’s Eye Clinics EYE program. Screening is performed annually for all K & 1st-grade students.
Health Office Mission:
To promptly address needs to help students be in their optimal health and get back to learning. To identify when a health concern may be a barrier to learning and partner with the parents and teachers to minimize the educational impact. To prevent identifiable emergencies through education of staff and utilize resources to improve our students’ access to excellent health care.