The following information is intended to help us maintain a safe and healthy school environment. Click on a link below to learn more information about different health topics. If you have any questions, contact the school at 281-485-2845. Stay healthy!
Be prepared for the new school year (Fall 2021)
2021-2022 — Medication Permission Forms — Health Care Plan of Action
- ALLERGIES (includes Food and Life Threatening allergies)
- GENERAL / NON-SPECIFIC CONDITIONS (i.e., migraines or other conditions not listed above)
- Medication Permission Form for ALL OTHER MEDICATIONS (prescription and over-the-counter)
- SPORTS PHYSICAL – 2020-2021
(includes Parent/Guardian Consent, Medical History and Physical Examination Form)
- Communicable Disease Chart — Know when to keep your children home from school.
COVID-19 (Corona Virus)
- COVID-19 Information (available on our school website)
- May I enter the school? Questionnaire Chart (.pdf)
- On-Campus Requirements for … Requirements for returning to school for (1) Lab-Confirmed COVID-19 Individual, (2) COVID-19 Symptoms (not evaluated by medical professional or tested for COVID), or (3) “Close Contact” with someone who is lab-confirmed COVID-19.
- Fact Sheet
- El Virus del Ebola (Spanish)
- Ebola Virus Disease (English)
- Letter to Texas Schools from Dept. of State Health Services
- The Flu: A Guide for Parents (CDC)
- A Strong Defense Against Flu: Get Vaccinated!
- What You Should Know About Influenza (Flu) Antiviral Drugs
- Who needs a FLU vaccine?
- Stopping the FLU is up to you!
- Prevent Seasonal Flu
- 2019-2020 Influenza Season – Frequently Asked Questions
- Hand Washing: Keep Your Family Healthy
- Hand Washing and Hand Sanitizer Use
- Hand Washing at Home, at Play, and Out and About
- Stop Germs! Wash Your Hands (How-To)
- VIDEOS on Proper Hand Washing – Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Health Screenings : Vision | Hearing | Spinal | Acanthosis Nigricans | Tuberculosis
- On Monday, April 10, 2017, the Bishops of Texas discussed and reviewed the policy regarding immunizations and the policy remains as is:
Every student enrolled in a Catholic school in the state of Texas shall be immunized against vaccine preventable diseases caused by infectious agents in accordance with the immunization schedule adopted by the Texas Department of State Health Services. A student who fails to present the required evidence shall not be accepted for enrollment. The only exemption to the foregoing requirement is a medical exemption signed by a licensed physician (M.D. or D.O.) authorized to practice in the state of Texas. [The Pontifical Academy for Life, “Moral Reflections on Vaccines Prepared from Cells Derived from Aborted Fetuses”, 2005: +DEF].
- SCHOOL IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS — https://www.dshs.texas.gov/immunize/school/
- Immunization Exemption Letter from ARCHGH Catholic Schools Office
- 2020-2021 Texas Minimum Vaccine Requirements for Grades K-12 (English & Spanish)
- 2020-2021 Texas Minimum Vaccine Requirements for PreK (English & Spanish)
- Letter to Parents – Required K-12 Immunizations for 2019-2020 (English)
- Letter to Parents – Required 7th Grade Immunizations for 2019-2020 (English)
- Letter to Parents – Required Pre-K Immunizations for 2019-2020 (English)