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Health Services

Healthy students are better learners

We are here to help support your child’s health and wellness. The Health Services staff serves all PUSD schools, ensuring immunization documentation, providing vision and hearing screening, and supporting health services throughout the district.  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. 

Health Alert

FENTANYL: A POWERFUL, SYNTHETIC OPIOID. 50 TIMES STRONGER THAN HEROIN AND 100 TIMES STRONGER THAN MORPHINE. FENTANYL IS A MAJOR FACTOR IN BOTH FATAL AND NON FATAL OVERDOSES IN CA AND THE U.S.

RESOURCES TO ADDRESS FENTANYL USE AND PREVENTION:

NALOXONE DISTRIBUTION PROJECT: IN ORDER TO COMBAT DEATHS CAUSED BY OPIOID OVERDOSES IN CALIFORNIA, THE NALOXONE DISTRIBUTION PROJECT, IS OFFERING FREE PROVISIONS OF NALOXONE TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR SCHOOL'S PARTICIPATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SITE ADMINISTRATOR OR SCHOOL NURSE.

Contact Us

Carol Menz, Amy Jo Goldfarb, Claudia Garcia
Nurse
(510) 594-2751
nurses@piedmont.k12.ca.us 

Vicki Salazar
Health Clerk 
(510) 594-2803
healthrecords@piedmont.k12.ca.us 

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Well Enough to Attend School? 

  • Have you been fever free for 24 hours without using fever reducing medicine?
  • Have you vomited 2 or more times in the previous 24 hours?
  • Have you had diarrhea and/or have not been feeling well and need to use the bathroom frequently?
If you've experienced any of the above symptoms please stay home, report your absence, and take care of yourself.
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Got Covid?

Report your absence to your school, and your status here so any contact tracing can be completed.

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COVID-19

COVID is still impacting our community.  To find the latest COVID-19 information visit our COVID page.

We urge all staff and students positive with COVID-19 to report their absence to their school, and their status (for contact tracing) on the Got COVID? reporting form.