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Nurse Clinic



Mrs. Lisa Collins , R.N.

Phone: 281-727-1512

Pearland Jr. High South Clinic

Healthy students are better learners!  My goal is to support student success by providing health care through assessment, intervention, and follow-up of all children within the school setting.  If I can be of help to you in any way, please do not hesitate to call or email.  I can be reached at 281-727-1512 between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm.  Feel free to leave a message and a phone number where I can contact you, and  I will return your call as soon as possible when I am not seeing children.  If you have an emergency and need to speak to me immediately, access the main number at 281-727-1500.  

Click the link below to access more school related health information:

School Health Services

Medication Guidelines

When possible, all medication should be given at home by the parent.  However, there are some instances that require medication to be administered during school hours.  For medication to be administered at school, a parent or guardian must provide the medication in its original container along with a completed and signed medication form.  Please check to make sure that the medication is not expired. 

Medication can be given for up to 10 consecutive days with a Medication Authorization signed by a parent or guardian.  If the medication is to continue after 10 days, a physician signature will also be required.

For more information regarding PISD medication administration guidelines, click here.

Immunization Guidelines

According to state law and school board policy, all students must be fully immunized.  Please keep your child's school records current by providing a copy of their updated vaccination record to the school clinic whenever new immunizations are administered. 

Texas State Vaccine Requirements for Students in Grades K-12

Incoming 7th GRADERS will be required to show proof of the following vaccinations prior to the first day of the school year:
Td/Tdap:  1 booster within the last 5 years 
MCV4 (Meningococcal):  1 dose given on or after the 11th birthday

For more information regarding immunizations, click here.