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Health Office

HEALTH AIDE TECHNICIAN

 Diana Aispuro, LVN

909.949.7800 Ext. 18311

Monday-Friday 7:30 - 3:00

Email: diana_aispuro@upland.k12.ca.us

RESOURCES

Preventing Youth Suicide

Mental Health Resources

Diabetes Handbook

Families and Students

Please keep the health aide technician informed of any special health matters. Maintaining up-to-date information will assist in case of an emergency. 

The Upland Elementary health office is open during all school hours to provide basic first aid.  If a student becomes ill during the day, the health office will contact families to pick up the student as needed. 

Special Medical Needs

If a student has allergies, illnesses, or other issues (including medications they are taking at home) that either an Upland Elementary staff, teacher, or emergency medical professional would need to know on a daily basis or in the event of an emergency.  It is the family's responsibility to inform the school prior to the student's attendance.

Non-Routine Medica Care at School  

If a student requires medical care at school, families will need to provide the school with a written health care plan from the student's physician.  The school cannot administer prescription medication of any kind, or provide non-routine medical care or procedures at school, please contact the district nurse. 

"STUDENTS MUST BE HEALTHY TO BE EDUCATED AND EDUCATED TO BE HEALTHY"

Health Forms

Medication Request Form (English)

Medication Request Form (Spanish)

Modified PE Form 

Oral Health Assessment Form (English)

Oral Health Assessment Form (Spanish)

First Grade Physical Form

History of Bee/Insect/Food Allergies and or Asthma Form

History of Seizure Disorder Form

illness policy

Please do not send your child to school if they are running a fever, have a deep or productive cough, or a contagious illness. Student must be fever free without medication for 24 hours before they can return to school. 

Required Documents for Enrollment (Immunizations)