Flagler Schools acknowledges that parents hold the main responsibility for the health of their children and that our mission is to promote and enhance the educational process for students by assisting them to improve or adapt to their health status.
A clinic is located in each of our schools to promote student wellness and overall health by early identification of health problems and concerns that might interfere with the educational process. Through health assessments and screening programs, the school clinic will help to prevent or identify student health problems and intervene to promote the well-being and academic success of all students. The Health Services team assists families in the management of student health needs and the coordination of care.
School Clinic Services
- Identification of Health Problems
- Preventative Health, Including Education
- Health Maintenance
- Health Screening
- Necessary Therapeutic Intervention
- First Aid
Please visit the Clinic page for an overview of Flagler Schools' clinic policies and procedures, as well as forms required for students.
Florida Statute 1003.22 requires every child entering a Florida school for the first time to present a certificate of immunization from a licensed practicing physician or the county health department prior to entry into school. Visit the Immunization Requirements page for information about the minimum immunization requirements by grade level.
Flagler Schools strives to create a school environment that supports Mental Health and Wellness, and all of our students have access to mental health services. Please visit the Mental Health and Wellness page to learn how to receive services, access mental health resources, and watch our Mental Health Minute videos.
Please refer to the Covid-19 Information page to review the current district policies regarding Covid-19.