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Mesa Academy health office has a full time Health Assistant, Tessina Garcia  M-F. Mrs. Garcia  works with School Nurse Susan Barnes RN  who is a full time school nurse for the district. Mrs. Barnes is at the Academy 1 day per week as needed. You have any questions you can reach the health office at 480-308-7436.

We are happy to help with medical needs for your child and to promote a healthy lifestyle for students!

The nurse will be involved in health screenings, health education and providing care plans for special medical needs.


Notes form the nurse- -school nurse

Hello parents and families, 

I hope you are all well and staying safe. This is a historic time in health care and our society. We will get through this together. For information about COVID-19, I have attached the CDC website as a resource. I will post some links for health related activities below for students and I always encourage good handwashing!

Maricopa County Immunization clinic information-

Healthy foods video and recipes!

CDC- Corona virus information-

Life is better with handwashing

Cloth face coverings- guidelines and how to make a mask.

COVID-19 - self care resources handout

Brain POP lessons-

Kids health- information and fun activities-

Shape America- Daily exercise and health ideas-Enjoy!-Health moves minds calender

Dangers of e- cigarettes and vape pen use. educational videos and lessons-

Backpack Basics for healthier kids.

Reminder- if your child has a fever and symptoms of illness please keep them home until they are fever free for at least 24 hours without the need for medication. Is my child well enough to be at school today?



 "Medication Consent Form". It requires the physician to complete the bottom portion if your child will be taking the medication 5 or more days in a row at school.

Medications are required to be dropped of at school by a parent or responsible adult.


Please remember to review your child's immunizations before the next school year. Student's age 11 years are required to have a TDAP (tetanus, diptheria and pertussis) and MCV(meningitis) vaccination.


If your child has a medical condition that requires an emergency plan such as a severe allergy or seizure history we will need a new plan completed at the beginning of the school year. We can set up meetings with teachers as needed. Feel free to call the nurse with questions.  480-472-8334.