The health office hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. during the school day. Outside of these times, students are assisted by the front office personnel.
We would like to remind you to keep your student's EMERGENCY CARD information up-to-date. This can be done through your Q parent portal.
To the right is a link that will take you to the district website for health services. You will find a wealth of information, including forms to download and links for various items of interest. The district site includes information on the following items:
- Health screenings conducted at the school
- Athletic clearance information, including a form to download
- Confidential medical services information
- Food allergy information, including a download on district policy
- Health check-up
- Oral health assessment
- Illness and your child at school
- Head lice
- Medication administration, including a form for administration of medications at school
Please click on the link below to read the school district's information sheet about type 2 diabetes, which is on the rise among teens, especially in overweight teens. The sheet provides information about the disease, warning signs, how to be screened, prevention and treatment.
7th-Grade Whooping Cough Vaccine
All students entering seventh-grade each August must show proof of having had whooping cough, or Tdap, vaccine before they will be allowed to attend school, according to California law (AB 354).
Whooping cough, or pertussis, is widespread. If your child 10 years or older and has not yet received the Tdap booster, please contact your healthcare provider. Getting a booster shot now will protect your child against the disease and also meet the immunization requirement for school.
Learn more at Alameda County Public Health Department website or call (510) 267-3200.
Health Services Assistant
Harvest Park Middle School Health Services
Phone: (925) 410-4444