The Rush-Henrietta Central School District has a strong commitment to providing comprehensive, quality health services and a learner-centered, standards-based health curriculum to all students. Each public school is staffed with a school nurse teacher who provides health services and health education instruction. Please see each school's individual web page for details regarding the school health services program.
Forms are available for parent/guardian use (use the link provided, print the form, have the form completed and return to your building’s health office). Physical forms must be on file in the health office for all newly registered students as well as students in kindergarten, grades 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11. Medication guidelines for parents and guardians are also available at the links below. The medication forms may be printed, completed and returned to the health office in your child's school if medications are needed during school hours.