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Health Services


District Health Staff 2019-2020


Wayne County Board of Education/Healthy Kids Clinic  Partnership Provides the Following School Medical Employees:

Walker Early Learning Center Nurse, Sandy Latham - 606-348-4251

Bell School Nurse, Tonya Parnell - 606-348-8150

Monticello Elementary School Nurse, Sara Guffey - 606-340-3900

Middle School Nurse, Rebecca Humble - 606-348-6691

High School Nurse, Lindsey Sexton - 606-348-5575

Behavior Specialists, Kristi Neal and Kristina Morrow

Nurse Practitioner Rebecca Albright

 NP's Assistant Tashea Appleby

Enrollment Requirements

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District Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan 2020


Back to School Health and Safety Tips 

Link from the CDC about the Coronavirus


Be Proactive Fighting the Flu!
January is one of the peak "flu season" months. Remember to be vigilant about hand washing, coughing into your sleeve, and contacting you health care provider within the next 48 hours if illness develops. It's not to late to vaccinate!
Flyer -
Whooping Cough
Flyer- Covering your Cough
Article -The Flu: A guide for parents
No More Excuses

Everyday Preventive Actions that can Help Fight Germs, Like Flu (PDF Download)

How to Clean and Disinfect Schools to Help Slow the Spread of Flu (PDF Download)

How to Clean and Disinfect Schools to Help Slow the Spread of Flu

Family Handwashing

Everyday Preventive Actions



 Immunization requirements for each school 

Click your child's grade level to find out what you need to do.

NUEVO requisitos de vacunación para año escolar 

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Important Links



School Health Enrollment Requirements

School Health Forms

Healthy Kids Clinic Forms

          Healthy Kids Clinic Registration Form 2020-21 

          Healthy Kids Clinic Consent Form

           Family Dental Form 2020-21           

           Flu Shot Consent Form 2020-21

KDE Forms

Health Concerns

Students with health concerns such as epilepsy, diabetes, asthma, allergies, heart disease, etc. need to have an emergency information card on file in the school’s office. In addition, physician’s authorization forms may need to be completed for some health concerns an appropriate Primary Care Provider (PCP) Authorization Form should be completed by the healthcare provider and the parent/guardian. Parents are urged to keep emergency phone numbers up-to-date at all times.