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2018-19 Wisconsin School Health Services Report

PII-00047-J (New 4-19)

Due Date: July 15, 2019

The Wisconsin School Health Services Report survey is designed to collect annual school nursing and health services data from each school district in order to develop a cumulative statewide picture of school health services. This is a voluntary report; however, the Department of Public Instruction encourages all district school nurses to participate. Only one person from each district should total the 2018-19 data for all individual schools in the district and report it as an aggregated (school district) total to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction by July 15, 2019. Private or charter schools are welcome to participate if their data is not part of another aggregated district.

Collecting data as part of this state initiative is very important. Only by collecting accurate data regarding the health services provided to Wisconsin school children can school nurses give voice to the role school nurses play in removing health related barriers to students’ education and the role school nurses have in promoting and protecting the health of Wisconsin school children!

This information may be shared with organizations who advocate for school health. Only aggregate data will be reported. No individual district identifiers will be shared. By submitting information you agree to these terms.

The survey is divided into four sections: health personnel, health services provided, chronic conditions, and district practices.  Read each question carefully, as well as its definition. It is recommended you print off a copy of “Wisconsin School Health Services Survey End of Year Report Tool”  and complete it first before clicking on the link to enter the data. You will be able to save your data and return to enter the data at another time.

For Further Information Contact
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Louise Wilson
(608) 266-8857
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