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Health Services

Student Health Services

Shirley Earley, Director of Administrative Services
10750 E. 350 Hwy
Raytown, MO 64138

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Mission: To protect and promote the physical, social, intellectual, and mental health needs of students; to contribute to the well-being of the staff, and to create a healthy school environment for all.

Health Programs and Raytown Partners


Smile It's Healthy

Immunization Information

Source: MDHSS
2023-2024 Immunization Requirements for K-12 - English, Spanish

2023-2024 Immunization Requirements for Preschool - English, Spanish

Religious Exemption information for students K-12

Parental Exemption information for Preschool Students Only

Jackson County Public Health 

Medication Information

Medication Administration Policy

Important Health Forms

Asthma Action Plan
Food Allergy Form
Diabetes Action Plan
Seizure Action Plan

Important Tips About Keeping Your Child's Health

Should My Child Stay Home From School?

Common Illness Information
Source: MDHSS

Head Lice (Board Policy)
Chicken Pox
Ring Worm
Strep Throat
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Clinic Extensions

Please feel free to contact your child's school nurse for further information.

School Clinic Phone Numbers

Helpful Tips: 

If your child has a fever of 100° or higher or vomits, he/she may not return until they are fever/vomit free for one full school day without medication.

If your child has a contagious disease, a note from the doctor stating they are no longer contagious must be delivered to the nurse before your child can return to school.