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Health Services

St. Michael-Albertville School District Health Service's mission is to promote the health, safety, and well-being of students. We strive to reinforce healthy behaviors and remove health-related barriers to learning. This is accomplished by providing care to students who become ill or injured while in school, performing health screenings, and educating the student body on issues pertaining to their health and wellness. By implementing prompt and appropriate nursing interventions, we help to minimize the time away from school and improve student learning.

Each STMA school has a Health Assistant on-site during school hours. In addition, there are four district nurses to oversee service to students across district sites.

Health Forms

Below are forms and documents for health / medical information in PDF format. If you have any questions about these forms, please contact the Health Assistant at your child's school.

Licensed School Nurses Contact Information

Elementary Schools
Chelsie Steffens, RN, LSN
612.221.3141

Middle Schools
Andrea Mischke, RN, LSN, CDCES
763.458.3093

High School
Teesha Kristine, RN, LSN
763.497.6521

Community Ed
Lindy Legatt, RN, LSN
763.497.6528 

Parent Message from Minnesota Department of Health

Check Medicine Cabinets

As a new calendar year begins, families should check their medicine cabinets for unused or unwanted prescription drugs. Just by keeping these drugs in your household, you could unknowingly be providing easy access to one of the fastest-growing categories of abused substances. Prescription drug abuse is rising rapidly, especially among teens. When abused, prescription drugs can be just as dangerous as illicit drugs and often act as gateway drugs to heroin. Countering abuse of prescription drugs is a priority of the State Substance Abuse Strategy being implemented by the Department of Human Services, the departments of Health, Public Safety, Corrections, Education and other agencies as well as the State Judicial Board, Minnesota National Guard/Department of Military Affairs, Minnesota Board of Pharmacy and the Minnesota Health Professional Services Program. The magnitude of heroin and opiate abuse across Minnesota is at its highest level ever. Addiction treatment admissions for heroin and other opiates accounted for 20 percent of all treatment admissions in the Twin Cities in 2012, second only to alcohol admissions.

Prescription drugs can be easy to get, often from family or friends for free or by visitors using home bathrooms. So take action and handle your prescription drugs responsibly. Clean out your medicine cabinet and dispose of any unwanted or unused pills so they are not a temptation.

Guidelines for drug disposal are available on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website