SHAC Meetings and Agendas

Agenda for October 5, 2023

Agenda for December 4, 2023

Agenda for March 13, 2024

Agenda for April 24, 2024

Note from the Nurse's Office:

"As the school nurse, it is my job to safeguard the health of your student while in school. There will be some changes made for the 2024-2025 school year in regards to emergency forms and medication procedures. Please keep an eye out for changes."

Helpful Information from the Nurse:


Medication Administration Form

Self-Administration Form

Asthma History Form Part 1

Asthma History Form Part 2

Asthma Action Form

 Food Allergy/Anaphylaxis Action Plan\

 Diabetic Action Plan

 Epilepsy/Seizure Action Plan


Hearing and Vision


Wellness School Assessment Tool

Important Sites:

Centers for Disease Control

Texas Department of State Health Services

Lavaca County Emergency Management

Region 3 Education Service Center

DSHS Bacterial Meningitis Information- 

Misd Policies:

24 Hour Sick Policy

Lice Policy


Each year in the United States, emergency departments treat more than 200,000 children ages 14 and younger for playground-related injuries. Falls at home and on the playground are a common cause of injury.

  • Check to make sure that the surfaces under playground equipment are safe, soft, and well-maintained.

  • Supervise young children at all times around fall hazards, such as stairs and playground equipment.

  • Use stair gates, which can help keep a busy, active child from taking a dangerous tumble.

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Concussions can occur in any sport or recreation activity.

Parents can take many actions to protect their children’s health and safety at home.

Young workers have high job injury rates. Hazards in the workplace, inexperience, and lack of safety training may increase injury risks for young workers.

  • Know their rights, employer and teen worker responsibilities, and what teens under 18 can’t do.


  • Kids can use electronic media to embarrass, harass, or threaten their peers. Take steps to prevent, a term that captures all types of violence that occur electronically.

  • As teens develop emotionally, they are heavily influenced by their relationship experiences, including teen dating. Protect your children from teen dating violence. Nearly one in 10 teens reports having been hit or physically hurt on purpose by a boyfriend or girlfriend at least once over a year’s time.

 Bacteria Meningitis Information for Parents:

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