Welcome to Health Services
Mission: To foster the growth, development and educational achievement of all students by promoting health and wellness in a safe and supportive environment. Middletown Schools’ Health Office Personnel is committed to meeting the health needs of individual students through collaboration with public and private agencies and health care providers; and to advocate for students, their families and the school community.
Health Services Office Contacts
Director of School Health Services: Barbara Kura, Family Nurse Practitioner
845-326-1259 | firstname.lastname@example.org
◈Middletown HS: 845-326-1259 | Fax: 845-326-1606
◈Monhagen: 845-326-1677 | Fax: 845-326-1675
◈Twin Towers: 845-326-1638 | Fax: 845-326-1636
◈Maple Hill: 845-326-1735 | Fax: 845-326-1796
◈Maple Hill Annex: 845-326-1775 | Fax: 845-326-1789
◈Presidential Park K-2: 845-326-1860 | Fax: 845-326-1862
◈Presidential Park 3-5: 845-326-1878 | Fax: 845-326-1902
◈William A Carter: 845-326-1714 | Fax: 845-326-1724
◈UPK: 845-326-1797 | Fax: 845-326-1789
Health Services Quick Links
News from the Health Services Office
NYS Department of Health: Fight Flu InformationPosted by Veronica Layag on 9/15/2023
The Winter 2023 Newsletter is herePosted by School Health Office on 5/12/2023
When Should You Keep Your Child Home with IllnessPosted by School Health Office on 4/10/2023
Healthy Habits of Good SleepPosted by School Health Office on 4/10/2023
Communicable Disease School GuidePosted by School Health Office on 9/1/2022
Goals of Middletown School Nurses:
*Reducing health-related barriers to learning and health-related absenteeism, thus improving student achievement.
*Promote the health, safety, and wellness of all students and staff in our schools
*Promote a positive, collaborative relationship with students, families, colleagues, and the community
*Promote best practices in school health services through professional development and resources.
Message: There is a positive correlation between a child's health and their academic potential. All children need to receive support at school for health conditions that may impact their safety, well-being, and capacity for learning. Our health services teams are here to help your child. If you have any questions or concerns about your child's health, please contact Nurse Practitioner Barbara Kura at (845)326-1259 or your school nurse.
Artwork: Elicia Aviles, 12th grade MHS