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Health Services

District Nurse Photo

JoAnn Boone, RN

District Nurse

530.824.7720 ext. 4207


Health Offices

West Street Elementary

Kathleen Endres

Health Aide

530.824.7705 ext. 1205

Woodson Elementary

Kathy Lester

Health Aide

530.824.7720 ext. 4205

Olive View Elementary

Emily Helton

Health Aide

530.824.7715 ext. 2205


Mary Caputo

Health Aide

530.824.7730 ext. 3205

Emergency contacts

It is vital that parents keep their contact information and emergency contact information up to date.  You can update this information by logging into your Aeries Parent Portal or through ParentSquare App.

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Corning Union Elementary School District Health Services provides nursing and health services to students, assists in planning school health programs, and serves as a resource in preparing health education curriculum according to district established standards.

The School Nurse provides direct nursing services, referrals, and consultations, as well as supervises school site Health Assistants.

Our Health Assistants provide basic first aid care and in some cases specialized care to elementary and middle school students.  They maintain health records and work to keep the District in compliance with state mandated requirements in all health related areas.

Helpful Tips to ensure your child is healthy and successful in school

Ensure that your child is:

  • At school on time every morning
  • Gets 8-10 hours of sleep every night
  • Eats breakfast every single morning
  • Wears their glasses or contacts as recommended by their doctor
  • Meets all State of California immunization requirements


State law and district policy require students to be immunized for school entry in order to prevent the spread of communicable diseases (Health and Safety Code 120325-120380). Before your student may begin school, immunization records showing the student is up to date must be submitted and reviewed by the school nurse.  For entry into 7th grade and when your student reaches age 13, additional requirements for DTap and Varicella (chickenpox) are necessary.

SB 277 has eliminated the Personal Belief Exemption (PBE) so that incoming students and continuing students reaching 7th grade may no longer submit a PBE to be exempt from immunization requirements. If your student is medically unable to receive immunizations, a medical exemption, signed by a physician or D.O., is acceptable. Continuing students who already have a PBE on file are grandfathered in.

Local & State health Services

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Is My child too sick for school?

Here are a few guidelines for when a child is probably too sick to come to school:

  • Temperature of more than 100 degrees
  • A sore with yellowish discharge or crust
  • Undiagnosed rash
  • Constant cough or runny nose
  • Eyes with drainage or crusted lids
  • Vomiting or diarrhea