State law addresses aspects of traditional school-based health services but does not formalize a program to aid in the establishment of clinics or health centers on campus for students.
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND PHYSICAL THERAPY IN OKLAHOMA SCHOOLS: TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE DOCUMENT
Document provides technical assistance for the provision of occupational and physical therapy in schools.
Oklahoma Administrative Code 210:35-3-107 Health Services
(a) The school shall have a written description of the health services program. The program will function as an integral part of the total education program and provide a program of services for all students. Services of a nurse shall be available. Staff and patrons shall be made aware of program provisions.
(b) The school shall develop specific procedures to be followed in cases of accidents, emergencies, and disasters.
(c) The provider of health services shall communicate to appropriate staff members and parents health information that is pertinent to the learning process or for the safety of students while ensuring privacy for students and teachers through collection, use, and retention of personal information.
(d) The school's staff shall work closely with other specialized persons, clinics, or agencies in the community and, when appropriate, shall make student referrals.
(e) The school shall develop specific procedures for reporting child abuse and child neglect.
OKLAHOMA SCHOOL NURSE GUIDELINES
Guidelines address the scope and Standard of professional school nursing practice.
Other Health Impairment: A Guide for Supporting Children and Youth Served in Public Schools
Guide provides information on appropriate school-based health services and supports for a range of health impairments.
Program of Excellence Safe and Healthy Schools
Rubric recommends that school provides school-based healthcare services that are delivered by a school nurse or community healthcare organization that includes pediatric healthcare, dental care, and vision care.
SCHOOL NURSE ORIENTATION MANUAL
Manual addresses the scope and Standard of professional school nursing practice.
The WSCC Model: Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child: A guide to implementation of a Coordinated School Health Model
Guide identifies Standard, requirements, best practices, resources, and recommended action steps for the provision of health services.