Educational Services Student Health Services

The mission of School Health Services is to provide exceptional health services to support every student’s academic success. The School Health team includes a Credentialed School Nurse, Nurses and support staff. Partnering with parents and staff the health service team fosters growth, development and educational achievement of the students by promoting their health and well being.

Our team of experienced nurses believes a student’s health is integral to a child’s success in school. Healthy students have better attendance, are more attentive, and perform better than a child struggling with health issues. The Health Services Team works hard to keep students healthy and in school.

Information regarding forms from the nurse:

Message to parents of Incoming 9th graders: if you have received paperwork from the district nurse it is because your child’s health record Indicated that they have either a medical condition, physical limitation, or need to take medication at school. The medical condition may range from serious, such has a heart condition or seizures, to very minor, such as, medication needed for headaches. In any case, it was determined that paperwork is needed or current paperwork needed to be updated. This is also due to the high school being a separate district and administration. In order for the health services team to provide the best support at school for your child, please return the forms before the first day of school. Also, please be sure to have any medication they may need turned in prior to the first day of school.

In general, most providers are able to complete these forms if they have seen your child within a reasonable amount of time and have the information available to complete the form without an appointment. The time frames may vary depending on the severity of your child’s condition and the policies of your healthcare provider. However, it is highly recommended that you have your child seen by a physician at a minimum annually for a physical examination.

Message to parents of returning students:

Health services require paperwork is updated each school year. In general, most providers are able to complete these forms if they have seen your child within a reasonable amount of time and have the information available to complete the form without an appointment. The time frames may vary depending on the severity of your child’s condition and the policies of your healthcare provider. However, it is highly recommended that you have your child seen by a physician at a minimum annually for a physical examination.

In order for the health services team to provide the best support at school for your child, please return the forms before the first day of school. Also, please be sure to have any medication they may need turned in prior to the first day of school.

If you do not have a healthcare provider for your child please check out our information under our parents tab.

FAQ Regarding Forms with Links to Additional Forms

Immunization Requirements Effective 2016

Under a new law known as SB 277, beginning January 1, 2016 exemptions based on personal beliefs will no longer be an option for the vaccines that are currently required for entry into child care or school in California. Most families will not be affected by the new law because their children have received all required vaccinations. Personal beliefs exemptions on file for a child already attending child care or school will remain valid until the child reaches the next immunization checkpoint at kindergarten (including transitional kindergarten) or 7th grade. There are no checkpoints after 7th grade if your child attended a middle school in California and is entering a high school within California. Please keep in mind that some colleges and college programs require certain immunizations to enroll.

For more information about SB 277, please see the Frequently Asked Questions available at: http://www.shotsforschool.org/laws/sb277faq/

For more information about school immunization requirements and resources, please visit the California Department of Public Healths website at www.shotsforschool.org, contact your local health department or county office of education, or read the announcement from the CDPH. Thank you for helping us to keep our children and community healthy.

School Health Services Team

District Credential School Nurse:

Callie Escobedo RN BSN PHN
Phone: (760) 291-3007
Email: cescobedo@euhsd.org
Fax: (760) 741-1846

  • START Program
  • IEP Health Reports
  • 504
  • Staff Training(Medical Conditions)
  • Medical Procedure Compliance
  • IHP

School Health Services Staff

Escondido High School

Lisa Courduff LVN
Student Health Specialist
Phone: (760) 291-4080
Email: lcourduff@euhsd.org
Fax: (760) 741-1935

Health Office Clerk
Phone: (760) 291-4081


Orange Glen High School

Leticia Gonzalez LVN
Student Health Specialist
Phone: (760) 291-5080
Email: letgonzalez@euhsd.org
Fax: (760) 839-9270

Cynthia Martinez
Health Office Clerk
Phone: (760) 291-5081


San Pasqual High School

Caroline Akers, RN
Student Health Specialist
Phone: (760) 291-6080
Email: cakers@euhsd.org
Fax: (760) 745-1834

Health Office Clerk
Phone: (760) 291-6081


Del Lago Academy

Marylou Villasenor RN
Student Health Specialist
Phone: (760) 291-2581
Fax: (760) 291-2514


Valley High School

Mon & Wed 8 – 12 pm
Phone: x2253