Welcome to the Northwood High School Health Office. We are here to ensure that our students have the resources and support they need to stay healthy and safe while at school. Please see the links below for some of our most frequently asked questions and information. Of the topics included in these links, you will find the forms needed for your student to have medication at school (needed for both for over the counter medication as well as prescription medication) as well as our district policy regarding when students need to stay home from school for health-related issues.
If you have questions or concerns related to your student's health, please feel free to contact the health office directly at (949) 936-7211.
Christin Crowley, BSN, RN Tracy Walton
IUSD School Nurse Health Clerk
Health Services IUSD: https://iusd.org/department/health-services
Immunizations and Medical Exemptions: https://iusd.org/about/departments/education-services/student-support-services/health-services/immunizations-medical
Medication Administration Form: https://iusd.org/sites/default/files/documents/request_for_medication_administration_2_pages_4.pdf
As of Fall 2022, our health office has both PCR and Antigen Covid-19 Test Kits available for students and staff. For more information on the types of testing available please go to IUSD COVID-19 Testing Resources. To coordinate pickup of a test please email SarahCaballero@iusd.org.
Return Guidance After Covid-19
IUSD follows the guidance of Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) and California Department of Public Health (CDPH) which can be found here. If your student has tested positive for Covid-19, email ChristinCrowley@iusd.org for return to school guidance.
If your student is sick but is negative for Covid-19, please follow our IUSD Health Guidelines for School Attendance.