Health and Wellness
Great school communities start with safe and healthy students engaged in joyful learning. We work to ensure that schools and families have the appropriate supports and resources to keep each child healthy and happy.
Sleep and Exercise
The most prevalent health problems associated with low academic achievement in students is lack of sleep and exercise. Most children need at least nine hours of restful sleep each night. Physical activity has been proven to help children develop social skills, improve mental health, avoid obesity, and inhibit risk-taking behaviors.
Nurses and Health Assistants
All schools have a health assistant or registered nurse available to address any health issues that may arise with our students and to work with our families so our students are healthy and ready to learn.
Please visit the Safety page for information on COVID-19 safety protocols.
Wellness Care Line
We want to make sure that Tulsa students and families have access to the support services they need to stay safe and healthy. To help you with supports such as referrals to mental health services, food and housing assistance, and other social services, we have launched a Wellness Care Line. These services are confidential, free of charge, and available in English and Spanish.
Wellness Care Line: 918-746-6130
Open Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Supporting students and parents with referrals for mental health services, community resources for basic needs and social services (food, shelter, clothing), and supports for students with special needs.
Queremos asegurarnos de que los estudiantes y las familias de Tulsa tengan acceso a los servicios de asistencia para mantener su seguridad y bienestar. Por este motivo, hemos lanzado un y la Línea de Servicios de Asistencia y Bienestar para ayudar a nuestros estudiantes y sus familias a que puedan obtener referencias para servicios de salud mental y ayuda con alimentos y vivienda. Estos servicios son confidenciales, gratuitos y están disponibles en inglés y en español.
Línea de Servicios de Asistencia y Bienestar: 918-746-6130
Atención de lunes a viernes de 8:30 a.m. a 5 p.m.
- Ayudamos a estudiantes y padres de familia a obtener referencias para servicios de salud mental, recursos comunitarios de necesidades básicas tales como comida, vivienda, ropa.
- Can my child take medication at school?
- Should I keep my child home from school?
- Nutrition and allergen info
- Hearing and Vision
- Student Classes
- About Your School Health Clinic
- Treatment/Transport for my Child
- My Child's Health Conditions
Can my child take medication at school?
Should I keep my child home from school?
Nutrition and allergen info
Hearing and Vision
About Your School Health Clinic
Treatment/Transport for my Child
My Child's Health Conditions
Health Tips for Parents
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Manager of School Nursing
Enrollment Center Room 230
To report a student or school safety concern, please call 918-480-SAFE or use the online reporting system, TIPS.
*Reports made through TIPS may be made anonymously.
Resources in Tulsa County
mental health resources
The outbreak of COVID-19 may be stressful for people and communities. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. These articles for adults will be helpful for parents, guardians, and families as they manage through this unprecedented situation.
Some ways to provide support to children regarding COVID-19 include:
- Limiting your child’s exposure to COVID-19 media coverage;
- Providing a calming influence to your child - remember that children look to adults to understand how to respond to the situations around them; and
- Helping children address their fears by using some of the resources and guidance below.