Centerville City Schools is committed to meeting the daily health care needs of students as well as the educational and long-term care needs associated with illness in children. It is our goal to be a resource and partner to parents and health care providers. School nurses advocate for students in the educational setting, focusing attention on students’ physical health and wellness, as well as their mental, social and emotional well-being.
School nurses work and oversee the operations of school health clinics in each building, along with assistance from other registered nurses. Health-related forms are available on the district website, and the nurses are glad to answer any questions you may have.
Centerville High School
Watts Middle School and Stingley Elementary
Magsig Middle School and Cline Elementary
Normandy Elementary and Primary Village South
Driscoll Elementary, John Hole Elementary and Primary Village North
Tower Heights Middle School and Weller Elementary
Please see the Forms & Documents page for any health-related forms.
Centerville City Schools nurses will provide hearing and vision screenings according to the Ohio Department of Health guidelines as follows:
Preschoolers attending a school-based program shall be screened each year he/she is enrolled in preschool. Children who cannot be screened using approved and/or optional methods shall be referred for a complete medical/audiological evaluation.
School-aged students shall have their hearing screened at six grade levels: kindergarten, first, third, fifth, ninth and 11th. Please note that Centerville does the hearing screening in eighth grade instead of ninth grade.
In addition, the following students shall be screened annually or upon occurrence:
- Students new to a school (and not tested within the past 12 months)
- Students referred by a teacher or other school personnel
- Students who were referred within the past year with no documented follow-up, regardless of grade
- Students absent during the previous hearing screening
- Students at risk for noise exposure (e.g., band, vocational education, industrial education, automotive mechanics)
- Students who request a hearing screening
- Students whose parent/caregiver requests a hearing screening
- Preschool students attending a school-based program shall be screened each year he/she is enrolled in preschool. Students who cannot be screened using approved and/or optional methods shall be referred for a complete medical/audiological evaluation.
Students to be screened:
- Students in kindergarten, first, third, fifth, seventh and ninth grades, according to the tests and methods in this document. Please note that Centerville does the vision screening in eighth grade instead of ninth grade.
- All new and transfer students regardless of grade
- All hearing-impaired students, annually
- All students referred by a teacher
- Preschool-age students enrolled in school-based programs upon entrance to the program and every year before entering school
- Students who request a vision screening
- Students of parents who request a vision screening