Calling all Public, Private, Charter and School Health Leaders... 

The Georgia Every Student Counts Survey for School Year 2018-2019 is here! 

Due Date: June 4, 2019 Early Submission/September 9, 2019 Final Submission

Please click here for the survey: 2018-2019 Every Student Counts Survey
Please click here for a data point definition and explanation summary: Data Point Definition and Explanation Summary
**Every Student Counts Webcast Update Now Available!**
Please click here: Every Student Counts Webcast



A group of our Georgia school nurses at the NASN Conference in Denver, Colorado!

Nominations are now open for the 2019 Bonnie Strickland Champion for Children's Vision Award! Please click here for more information:

2019 Bonnie Strickland Champion for Children's Vision Award




School Nurses in the News


Click here to read the article: Around the Isles SETT Training 


Meningococcal Vaccine Update

Message from DPH Commissioner concerning the meningococcal vaccine:

Meningococcal Vaccine Message



 End Child Sex Trafficking & Sexual Violence in Georgia: A School-Based Prevention Program

This is a friendly reminder that Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta continues to offer all school professionals the free online 1-hour training course on child sex trafficking and other sexual violence, “End Child Sex Trafficking & Sexual Violence in Georgia: A School-Based Prevention Program.”  This training meets the requirements for training teachers outlined in SB 401.  The training is relevant to teachers, administrators, counselors and psychologists, nurses and support staff.   


View flyer here: Training for School Personnel 

Please click here for the link to the seminar:

Here are instructions for users:

To view the module as an individual, simply click the link and work through the process. After completing the evaluation at the end, a certificate will be available for printing. If participants are watching in a group, one person will sign in and complete the demographics and pre-training survey for themselves and then show the video to the group. After watching the module, the lead for the group should send the link to all those who watched. Each person can then complete the demographics and survey process for themselves and receive their own certificate. There is no longer a need to send rosters to us. However, it is imperative that each person who watches follows the link as that will be the only way we have a record of attendance. Keeping track of attendees and receiving their evaluation is critical to help us design the best training possible, make edits as needed, and be able to accurately report on our work to our funders in order to maintain long-term support for the program.