School health services are a significant component in a continuum of care from the family to the community care system. Healthy students learn better! Seven itinerant registered nurses provide services to students with documented needs and serve as resources to clusters of schools in managing the special health care and medical needs that affect students’ ability to be successful in school. Their focus is on health services, health education, and safe school environment. Three nurses serve special needs students. School clinic workers support the schools in attending to the needs of sick and injured children. They monitor immunization records and notify parents/guardians of the need to update immunizations. All clinic workers are certified in CPR and first aid.