Health Services

A school health nurse will be in the building from 7:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. The nurse may be reached by calling 507-214-6315.  It is the policy of the school to send children home who become ill during the school day.  However, a child will never be sent home unless a parent, relative or friend is notified and agrees to accept responsibilities. 

If your child has a special physical or health need, or takes a daily medication, please take the time to inform the school nurse.  Health plans will be written to assure that your child is safe at school.  The health office will also work with other school staff members as needed to plan for the needs of your child.  If we discover any health needs, we will inform families and recommend follow-up with your primary care provider.

The goal of the health services is to provide a safe and healthy environment for students to stay in school and learn to the best of their abilities. This includes immunization compliance, administering prescriptions and over the counter medications, developing emergency care plans, chronic condition monitoring, vision and hearing screenings, and providing families with relevant health information. The health services work closely with local public health and Minnesota Department of Health.

School Nurse:
Maggie Kingery, LPN    

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About Us

We have one school facility, which opened in 2003 and houses both Medford Elementary and Medford High School. 
The mission of Medford Public School is to provide quality education and prepare our children and community for the future.


Mailing Address
Medford Public Schools
750 2nd Avenue SE
Medford, MN  55049