The mission of Northwest Health Services Team is to minimize barriers to education and to educate our school community to develop and maintain healthy lifestyles. Our Priority is to maintain a healthy and safe learning environment.
****Attention Parents!**** Eye Thrive Mobile Vision Van visits the Northwest School District every year. Eye Thrive is not currently scheduling for the 20/21 school year at this time due to COVID-19, however, please see the message from Hayley Benson, the Eye Thrive Program Manager. "We are excited to share that beginning next week, (July 8, 2020) our Mobile Vision Clinic will be visiting several St. Louis County Libraries. Our vision screenings will begin at 9:30 am and will be performed on a first come first serve basis. The first 15 children to fail their vision screening will be welcomed aboard our Mobile Vision Clinic to receive a free eye exam and glasses (if needed).
July 8th - 10th Lewis & Clark Library
July 15th - 17th Natural Bridge Library
July 22nd - 24th Florissant Valley Library
July 29th - 31st Weber Road Library
August 5th - 7th Rock Road Library
August 12th - 14th Indian Trails LIbrary
August 19th - 21st Jamestown Bluffs Library
For more information, visit www.eyethrive.org
Attn: COVID-19 Information: Missouri Novel Coronavirus Information Hotline: 877-435-8411 Open 24 hours / 7 days a week for all Coronavirus questions.
See the Northwest R-1 School District Health Services Google Classroom for COVID-19 information as well as other information on health and wellness. See link below. Classroom code: sq4akfe Northwest Health Services Google Classroom
Parents: if you are looking for age appropriate COVID-19 information for your elementary school or special needs students of all ages, please see the Health Services Staff video link. We hope you enjoy! Health Services Staff COVID-19 Video
Health Services at Northwest
Health services are provided in each building to students and employees by registered nurses and health-room assistants. Health-room assistants are trained and supervised by licensed registered nurses. The Director of Health and Wellness coordinates the student health and wellness services for the District.
The nurses encourage parents/guardians to follow a routine of having their child examined regularly by a physician. School health services are not designed to replace this examination or other primary health care services.