• Dani Dahl

    Cimarron Health Clinic

    School Nurse- Dani Dahl




    Healthy Students are Better Learners

    Health is essential to optimal learning. Health Services are available to all students within Cherry Creek School District. The Cimarron Health Clinic strives to maximize each student's potential by removing health-related barriers to learning. When meeting the student's health needs during the school day, clinic staff also use the opportunity to teach students to make wise choices that will be beneficial to their future health.  The following are the primary responsibilities of the school nurse and clinic staff:

    • Provide acute and emergency health care
    • Assess students' health to identify and address health-related obstacles to learning
    • Maintain clinic preparedness for potential crises
    • Develop and implement Individualized Health Plans and 504 Plans to reduce impact of chronic and episodic health conditions upon academic achievement
    • Administer medications
    • Train additional personnel to administer medications safely so that students with medical needs can participate in extra-curricular school activities
    • Screen students’ vision and hearing
    • Provide medical care that allows medically challenged students to attend school (i.e. trachea care, catheterization, G-tube feedings and wound care)
    • Prevent contagious illness and injuries through surveillance and implementation of appropriate precautionary measures
    • Maintain state mandated immunization records and other health assessment data
    • Assist families to locate health resources in their community
    • Educate individuals and groups about health issues in order to increase their health literacy.

    Discuss why your child should go to the nurse

    • Remind your child of the 6 Bs (Exceptions are kids with Diabetes and Daily Medications):

      If you have any questions, please call our main office at 720-886-8100, or visit the CCSD Health Services website.

      • Bleeding (except only bloody noses that have been bleeding longer than 5 minutes.)
      • Bumped head
      • Broken Bones
      • Barfing (throwing up)
      • Burning up (possible fever or migrane)
      • Breathing Troubles (including Asthma)