Phone: (520) 682-4769
FAX: (520) 682-1026
11290 W. Grier Rd., Suite 117
Marana Unified School District
11290 W. Grier Rd., Suite 117
Marana, AZ 85653
Hours of Operation
7:00 am to 3:30 pm
Secretary for Student and Health Services
|Health Services Facilitators
Health Services strives to keep all students in school by removing health barriers, freeing the path to academic and personal excellence.
The Marana Unified School District Health Services, in collaboration with parents, medical community, and staff will promote wellness and safety for all students. Provisions of acute care, individual health plans, staff trainings, and teacher resources will assist the removal of health barriers leading to academic and personal excellence.
If your child requires any special care at school, please call or visit the school health office. Every school has a health assistant who will put you in touch with the assigned school nurse. Only secondary schools have a registered nurse on site every day. Any previous or new health conditions for which your child may require care should be shared with the school health office.
Please review the links on the left for access to health information, on line resources, immunizations and illness or injury guidelines. Encourage your child to cover all coughs and sneezes – wash hands frequently and get yearly flu shots for everyone in the family. Prevention is the best defense we have against illness.
Who cares for my child at school?
Link to staff directory
When to Keep Your Student Home from School
Please read: Guidelines for Student Illness
Health Services for all Students
Health Services recognizes the care and love that parents give to their children. We appreciate all that you do as parents and thank you for allowing us to care for your child while in school.
Marana Unified School District offers additional support services to promote a safe and accessible learning environment for all students.
Many children have medical or chronic health conditions. Total enrollment in MUSD is approximately 13,000 students. Fifty three percent of enrolled students have a medical or chronic health condition. Health Services provide daily medical care and/or monitoring for students with health conditions. Medical and health conditions may include:
- Allergies with anaphylaxis
- Many additional conditions may need medical care
Health Assistants provide
- Emergency care for students who become sick or injured while attending school
Nurses are available for
- Medical guidance
Nurses and Health Assistants work together to
- Provide Individual Health Plans and staff training for specific health conditions
- Request medical providers and parents to complete emergency plans and to provide additional information if needed. Medical plans are kept in teacher sub books, health office, and transportation, allowing persons who need to know what to do for the student’s safety.
- Vision and hearing screenings are performed for
- Specified grades
- Students new to the district
- Special education students
- Per parents or staff member concerns
- Assistance for vision exams and glasses is offered to uninsured students with vision referrals.
- Students returning to school after treatment of an injury or hospitalization
- R.N. will assess the student’s safety with crutches, wheelchair, cast, braces, or other medical equipment.
- Students may be sent home if they return to school without a doctor’s release or are found to be unsafe while at school.
- Assistance may be provided for parents having difficulty getting a doctor release
- Medications are administrated to students at school if parents bring the medication in the labeled original container and complete a permission form. Forms can be found on MUSD web site > Departments > Health Services or in your child’s school health office.
- Health Services reviews and documents student immunization records
- Resources for immunization clinics are provided to parents
- Health Services offers immunizations
- for uninsured children
- children insured by AHCCCS, Indian Health Services or Kids Care at
MUSD’s Vaccines For Children (VFC)
Marana High School
Call 616-6400, ext. 5608
Health Services continues to provide a safe and healthy environment for children while offering assistance, resources, and options for parents.