health office

Nurse Pam & Ms. Julie

Our goal is to provide the best medical care to students and staff here at Cleveland.

What's going on in the health office?

  • REUSABLE WATER BOTTLES : Parents please consider sending your student with a reusable water bottle.

It is important to keep hydrated. When students come to the health office that is the first thing we suggest for headaches and students feeling tired. Water will often fix these ailments and students are able to return to class.


The health office is in need of leggings (used are acceptable), underwear (briefs for boys and girls) and t-shirts. Please if you can help it would be greatly appreciated. All sizes welcome, small and medium are high need.

Thank you very much!

We enjoy the very special privilege of caring for your child. It is the goal of the health office to promote the optimal health of each student, which in turn enhances optimal learning. In order to achieve this goal, the health office is open every day during normal school hours 7:10am-2:40pm. The health office is located in B building, check in with front office staff for access to the health office.

You are encouraged to share any concerns or problems relevant to your child's health. If you have any questions or would like to meet with me, please do not hesitate to call me at 505-938-0300 Ext. 52346.

Thank you,

Nurse Pam

Health Office Guidelines

THE HEALTH OFFICE is where sick or injured students can be triaged, assessed, treated and or referred for further treatment. It is staffed with a State Department of Education licensed and New Mexico State registered nurse and/or a trained health assistant.

STUDENTS VISITING THE HEALTH OFFICE DURING THE SCHOOL DAY - All efforts to return a student to class will be made if deemed appropriate by health office staff. A student may be considered a candidate for exclusion from school or from the bus at the discretion of the health room staff. Reasons for exclusion from school and the bus may include but are not limited to vomiting, diarrhea, and fever of 100 or greater, significant injury and or not responding to treatment.