Health Services

imgThe Mason City Schools Health Services staff is committed to meeting the daily health care needs of students as well as the educational and long term care needs associated with chronic illness in children. It is our goal to be a resource to parents and a partner to health care providers in our community. We function as advocates for students in the educational setting, focusing attention on students’ physical health and wellness, as well as their mental, social and emotional well-being.

The Mason City Schools Health Services staff welcomes you and your family to our district. As health care providers in the school setting, we welcome information regarding your child’s health and/or health needs. Please contact us and let us know how we can help your child transition to the Mason area with as little interruption to their health care as possibleHealth-Related Forms are available on the district website, and we are glad to answer any questions you may have.

Each Mason school building houses a Health Services office staffed by nurses employed as School Health Service Coordinators:

 HS Coordinator

School Building Address Phone Fax
Patty Gast, RN & Sally McDonald, RN Mason Early Childhood Center 4631 Hickory Woods Drive 513-398-3741 513-398-2169
Jennifer Davis, RN & Melanie Rothenberg, RN  Mason Elementary 6307 Mason Montgomery Road 513-336-9402 513-459-1072
Kathy Heger, RN  & Mary Bishara, RN Mason Intermediate 6307 Mason Montgomery Road 513-459-2850 513-459-2873
Stephani Hutchison, RN & Molly Crotty, RN Mason Middle School 6370 Mason Montgomery Road 513-398-9035 513-459-0904

Kathy McVey, RN & Debbie Moeggenberg, RN 

Mason High School 6100 Mason Montgomery Road 513-398-3864 513-336-6823

 The Mason City Schools Health Services Coordinator:

  • Maintains the health clinic and health records
  • Completes vision screenings and referrals for Grades K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and new students, according to the Ohio Department of Health guidelines
  • Completes hearing screenings and referrals for Grades K, 1, 3, 5, 9, 11 and new students according to the Ohio Department of Health guidelines
  • Monitors immunization compliance and communicates the legal requirements to parents/guardians, referring them to community resources where immunizations can be obtained, if necessary
  • Serves as a consultant to building staff on managing individual student health concerns and diagnoses in the school setting
  • Develops and monitors emergency plans for critical student health problems
  • Administers medications: oral, inhaled, rectal, topical and injectable, as prescribed by a physician and as set forth by district policy
  • Performs nursing skills as required by physician orders and district policy
  • Assesses students, administers appropriate first aid and makes referrals to appropriate community resources, including physician offices, emergency departments, counseling resources, and health departments
  • Contacts parents/guardians of ill or injured students to confirm parents’ arrangements for students to leave school

Health Service Forms page include archived Health and Wellness newsletters, health-related district forms for parent/guardian use, and resource links on a variety of topics such as nutrition, physical activity, asthma, diabetes, drug abuse prevention and treatment, and many others.

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