Physical Health

Physical Health Topics

Meet our Health Room Staff

Jill Davis

Nurse, School Consultant

Diane Garrett

Paraeducator, Healthroom

Health Resources

Physical Health

On a daily basis it is important for students to take care of themselves by eating healthy, being active and getting enough sleep.  Learning healthy habits now provides both long-term academic and health benefits.

Physical Health Resources

Health Conditions

ADHD is a common disorder often diagnosed in childhood and lasting into adulthood. Children with ADHD may have difficulty with attention and impulse control.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior. ASD refers to a broad range of symptoms pertaining to difficulties with communication and interactions.

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Information for newly diagnosed students with Diabetes or students just starting school:

Contact your school to schedule a meeting with the school nurse.  The school nurse will want to talk with you prior to school starting to gather information, review provider orders and develop a health care plan. 

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BVSD Food Services is able to accommodate many food restrictions and other dietary needs.  For example there is a gluten free option every day in every school - every school has a salad bar that is completely gluten free. 

Read More about Dietary Needs