School Nurse Support

VCOE Comprehensive Health and Prevention Programs (CHPP) provides leadership, technical assistance, resources and strategies to support optimal physical, social, emotional, and intellectual well-being so students are ready to learn.

Please see submenus to the left for Health Forms for School, HSSPC items, and Mandated Health Forms.

County and State Health Resources

California Department of Education Health Services & School Nursing

California School Entry Health Examinations





Individual Documents for Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

Editable Documents for District Letterheads



Quick Reference for Exclusion of Students


Head Lice (Pediculosis)




Legal Advisories


Medical Waste Transportation Requirements


Medication Administration


Miscellaneous Resources



If an opioid overdose is suspected, the first thing to do is immediately call 911. 

Following are the steps for LEAs that are considering obtaining naloxone:

  • Update/adopt board policy and administrative regulation
  • Train staff
  • Create the LEA and school site level protocols for naloxone availability including who, what, when, and where

Information regarding opioid overdose and naloxone can be found at the Ventura County Responds website.

Additional Resources:

Please reach out to our VCOE Nurse if you have any questions or need assistance navigating the steps:

Carmen Rosenberg, MA, RN, PHN
Coordinator, Hearing Services and Nurses
Ventura County Office of Education
Office: (805) 437-1381
Fax: (805) 389-4297