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MISSION: To lead an educational partnership with the Community, maintaining an environment that challenges all students to reach their potential as lifelong learners and responsible members of society.

Health Services

Welcome to the Bethel Park School District Health Services


The National Association of School Nurses defines School Nursing as a specialized practice of professional nursing that advances the well-being, academic success and life-long achievement of students.  School nurses facilitate positive student responses to normal development; promote health and safety; intervene with actual and potential health problems; provide case management services; and actively collaborate with others to build student and family capacity for adaptation, self-management, self-advocacy and learning.

School nurses support student success in the following ways:

  • Ensure that all students are properly immunized
  • Provide health screenings
  • Assess and treat acute illnesses and injuries
  • Provide emergency care
  • Manage chronic health conditions in the school setting
  • Administer medications and carry out medical procedures
  • Help students develop positive life-style choices
  • Assist faculty and staff to make health-related adaptations to the school program
  • Assist families to gain access to community health care programs
  • Promote a safe school environment
  • Serve as a resource to faculty, administration and students
  • Promote health-related educational programs for students, staff and families
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Hands-Only CPR Wallace Teaching Hands-Only CPR
For the past several weeks, Bethel Park nurse facilitator Mrs. Eileen Wallace has taught interested staff members hands-only CPR thanks to a kit the district received from the American Heart Association.  
Info Hub COVID-19 Information Hub
You can always find the latest information by visiting the Covid-19 Information Hub. As COVID-19 and other public health matters evolve, so will our response.
Sophie Hart Autism Acceptance
April is Autism Awareness Month, but as far as Amy Hart is concerned, it really ought to be called Autism Acceptance Month.
Nurse at Niagara Falls A Message From Your School Nurses
Your School Nurses want you to remember to wash your hands!  Please click here to see this friendly reminder video they put together just for you! 
Please Do NOT Send Your Child To School When He/She Is Not Feeling Well
Protect your child and prevent the spread of illness to other classmates.  Please click here to learn more!
Is Your Child Young Enough To Be Left Alone?
The Allegheny County Department of Human Services has developed a brochure to help parents to determine when their child is old enough to be left alone.  Click here for more information.

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