Welcome to South Portland High School Health Services Website. 
The purpose of this site is to allow families of South Portland High School students better access to health related information, as well as to offer the availability of printing out school required forms at home.  As always, I am happy to speak with family members about any concerns you may have - via phone, e-mail, or in person. 
Please feel free to contact me at any time.

A reminder to please return completed Annual Health Updates and Medication Permission Forms every year.  Some students have an  additional Allergy, Asthma or Healthcare Plan and it is critical that we have the most updated information about your child.

Current Health News

Be safe on the roads! No matter what the occasion, no text is worth a life.

Share this important message with your family and friends 

As each of their heartbreaking stories are told, you will realize they all have a common thread. They died “all because of a senseless text message.

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Headache Relief Guide
Headaches are the top reason why students go to the school nurse’s office and a major cause of missed class time.
Researchers at Children’s Mercy Hospital have just launched a tool that they believe could help thousands of local families and is also already getting international attention.
Students also learn that stress, eating habits, hydration and adequate sleep can also play a role in headaches.



Texting Affects Your Spine And Posture


Antibiotics Aren't Always
the Answer

Photo: Woman taking young girl's temperature

Antibiotics do not fight infections caused by viruses like colds, most sore throats and bronchitis, and some ear infections. Unneeded antibiotics may lead to future antibiotic-resistant infections. Symptom relief might be the best treatment option.


What Is The Difference Between A Cold And The Flu?


You wake up coughing, sneezing and congested and feel like you don't even have enough energy to get out of bed. You're sick!

The flu and the common cold are both viral respiratory illnesses. Flu symptoms (fever, body aches, extreme tiredness, and dry cough) are more intense. Cold symptoms are usually milder and more likely to include a runny or stuffy nose.