WELCOME TO THE HEALTH CENTER!                  

    Nurse Jen Laird

    Email: jen.laird@dvusd.org

    Monday - Friday

    For any questions or concerns, please contact me at 623-376-5410 or by email.


    The Mission of the School Nurse Is to Ensure That Students Learn and Practice Healthy Habits to Advance Their Well-being, Academic Success, and Lifelong Achievement.

    I consider it a privilege to serve the students, staff and parents of Inspiration Mountain, and I encourage you to let me know any information that will help me provide the best care possible for your child. The Health Center is located in the Administration Building next to the main office. 

    The Health Office provides on-campus health screenings, assessment, and education.  First-aid and nursing care is also provided for students and staff. The Health Office is not a primary care facility like a doctor's office. By law, the nurse is not allowed to make a medical diagnosis or prescribe treatment. The nurse is qualified to collaborate with you and your child's physician to provide an educational environment in which your child can learn and thrive. The nurse can provide treatments and give medications as prescribed by a physician with a doctor's order. When accidents or illness occur during school hours, basic first-aid and/or emergency care will be given according to AZ State Board of Nursing standards and practices. The nurse may suggest further medical follow-up in certain circumstances. Further care is the responsibility of the parents.  

    Please tell your child if they are not feeling well at school to ask to see me for an evaluation.

    Cell phones are not to be used during school hours and if your child should call you on his/her phone complaining of illness, please tell him/her to check in with me. This allows for an evaluation and documentation of the visit, and if the student is sent home it will then count as an excused absence.  Students signed out for illness who have not been seen by the nurse will be noted as a personal unexcused absence.