Welcome to the Health Services Department


    975 N D Street

    Health Services is introducing this website to inform you of how we can help your child in the school setting as well as offer community resources for you and your family. You can also find forms needed for your child and Immunization requirements needed for school entry. If you are an SUSD employee, you can find information on CPR certification classes and TB clinics.

    Our mission is to diligently pursue through all avenues the education, training, and services that will lead to each student's attainment of optimal health to achieve his/her highest potential as a learner.

    Click here for 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information


Drive-Thru Flu Vaccine Clinics

  • Ver en Español >

    It’s likely that Flu viruses and the virus that causes COVID-19 will both be spreading this fall and winter, making it more important than ever to get a Flu vaccine.  The Flu mist or injectable vaccine are available to those who qualify.  

    Permission slips can be downloaded by clicking the link above.  If a Flu permission slip was returned to your child’s school, it will be at the school’s Flu Clinic.  Parents and siblings may receive a Flu vaccine with signed consent.

    We are encouraging all children and adults to get vaccinated during the 2020 Flu season. People who are moderately to severely ill should not receive a Flu vaccine until they recover.  The best way to prevent the Flu is by getting vaccinated.  Protect yourself and your family by getting a flu vaccine.

    California now requires people to wear face coverings in public spaces to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Please help protect others by wearing a mask when you visit the flu clinics.