Welcome Broncos!
The health and safety of our students is our priority!
Please feel free to contact the clinic with any concerns or questions you may have through out the school year. 

Contact information: 

Nurse Lisa Banner, RN
Phone : 832-484-6114

Cynthia Ibarra Meza, Clinic Assistant
Phone: 832-484-6115
Email: [email protected]

Children First
Immunizations: Texas State Law requires immunizations to be current for admission to school. Send a copy to the clinic anytime your child receives an immunization. Please view the links below for immunization requirements.

Recommended Immunizations for 2021-2022:

Fax Immunization & Health Records to :
ATTN: CLINIC 832-484-7851
Clinic Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7:50 AM to 3:40PM

Nurse's Notes and reminders:

*Medication Reminder: All medication must be brought to and picked up at the clinic by a parent or guardian. Parent must complete Medication Authorization forms before medication can be administered.  Students may NOT carry medication to and from school. Medication must be in its original container with the dosage information present on the package. Over the counter medication may be kept in the clinic for 2 weeks, if the medication is needed longer, a doctors note will be required.

*Please inform the school nurse
of any medications or conditions that your student has that might affect
their school day (Life- threatening allergies or conditions, Asthma, Psychological diagnosis,
Physical disabilities, injuries or surgeries, etc.)

*Illness: Notify Attendance everyday 832-484-6116 if your child is absent due to an illness.  Please contact the nurse if your child is diagnosed with a contagious disease (flu, strep, chicken pox, fifth's disease, etc.)  If your child has a temperature of 100.0F or greater,, they must stay home until they are fever free for 24 hours without the administration of a fever reducing medication (Tylenol or Motrin type medications). 
Student must also stay home if they have vomited or had diarrhea within the past 24 hours.  Please keep your children at home if they are ill until they are completely well. This helps prevent the spread of diseases to other persons.

For your child's safety!
Every child should learn these points:

  • Home address
  • Home phone number and important cell numbers
  • Avoid strangers and how to call for help (911)
  • Fire and disaster plans in your home
  • How to stay healthy....

GERMS are all year long.
Washing hands properly is very important in fighting GERMS!
Keeping their hands off their face and fingers out of their mouths.

Start your child's day off with a Healthy Breakfast!  Children who eat breakfast do better in school and have healthier bodies. If we skip breakfast, we are likely to be tired when our brains and bodies run low on fuel. Breakfast should include some protein and carbohydrates. They will help your child feeling full until lunch time. Keep their lunch healthy too!!

Please send your child to school with a water bottle every day.  Also, encourage your child to drink plenty of water everyday. It is healthier to avoid sugar/caffeine drinks!!

For more information on Klein ISD services and our low cost medical insurance resources
visit our KISD Health Services Website

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