Common Questions and Answers

What do I do if my child has a chronic health condition (asthma, diabetes, seizures, severe allergies, etc.)?

Lincoln Public School serves many students with chronic health conditions. Several action plans and forms are used to meet student specific needs. In addition to condition specific forms you will find forms for procedure and medication consents. Your school nurse will work with you to develop a student specific plan. Please contact your school nurse to begin this process. (Link to ‘Management of Health Conditions’ page under topics)

How do I know if my child is up-to-date on school required immunizations?

LPS Immunization Records can be accessed through a ParentVue account. For a complete list of required immunizations, click HERE. Families can work with the school nurse to acheive compliance.

When should a student stay home from school.
What if my student is new to LPS?

Students enrolling in school will need to submit a completed immunization record, physical and vision form to meet the State of Nebraska requirements. Additionally we collect a health history and dental form for each student. HERE you will find the approved forms and waiver information. Health Services Staff are available to assist you with any questions you may have. (Link to New Student Information page.)

Our District Health Services Team

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Wendy Rau

Director of Health Services


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Julie Frederick

Health Services Coordinator


Megan Lytle

Health Services Coordinator


Terry Walker

Health Services Executive Secretary


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To learn more about the many services that support our students and their families, please choose a link in the menu above, contact the School Nurse assigned to your student’s school or the Supervisor of Health Services at 436-1657.