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Non-Public School Health

Non-Public School Health

Children Going to School

The Non-Public School Nursing Program at Scott County Health Department provides school nursing services to non-public schools upon request.  These services are provided by the School Health Consultant, a Registered Nurse who conducts an annual assessment to determine specific school needs.  The nurse is also available for consultation on other health matters as needed.

Learn about non-public school health services and assistance provided by the Scott County Health Department:  Non-Public School Health Services Brochure

Contact Information:

The School Health Consultant can be reached Monday through Friday from 8am-4:30pm at 563-326-8618 ext. 8827 or [email protected].

Additional Resources:

Please visit the following links for helpful school health resources:

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Posted: May 8, 2019
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Posted: May 6, 2019
Flood-related information to keep yourself healthy and safe during the flooding. http://idph.iowa.gov/flooding
Posted: May 3, 2019