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Despite everything going on, we will still be ensuring that all students are up-to-date on their vaccinations. We go by CDC guidelines. If you have questions, please contact health office staff, or go to the following CDC link.

We understand this chart may be difficult to understand, please contact us with questions or if you need guidance. If your child has fallen behind at some point during childhood and needs to "catch-up" on immunizations, contact us. We can guide you to the catch up schedule provided by the CDC.

Ensure your child's latest immunization documentation has been sent to us by either uploading on parentvue, emailing us, or dropping off at front office.

Click here for more vaccine info.

If you wish to not vaccinate your child based on religious beliefs or medical reasons, please go to NMDOH website for instruction on how to apply for exemption status.


Flu Vaccinations: Now more than ever, we recommend staying up-to-date on flu vaccination. When they become available with your child's primary care provider, please get your child vaccinated.


6 Things you need to know about vaccinations: Here


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Staffing/Contact Us

Inez has a half time nurse and 2 half time health assistants. It is our hope that the health office has someone to service our students at all times.
Contact info:
Inez Health office phone: (505) 299-9010 ext. 3
*We will be checking voice messages daily, please give us 24 hours to respond
Inez Health office fax: (505) 253-5053
*We will not be in the office every day, if possible, scan documents and email us.

Danielle Steiner, RN:
      Google voice number: (505)289-0799 (please use for urgent matters during school hours only)

Renee Romero, HA:
Crystal Alonso, HA:

Important Covid Information

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If your students presents with any of the following symptoms, they will be sent home to quarantine for 10 days:





shortness of breath

difficulty breathing



body aches


loss of smell or taste

sore throat

congestion or runny nose

nausea or vomiting, diarrhea  


Quarantine can be shortened if a negative COVID PCR test is obtained AND symptoms improve, including being fever free for 24 hours without medication intervention.  The health office or principal will ask for proof of testing results and test type before allowing your student back on campus.  

This is in accordance with the New Mexico PED COVID19 Response Toolkit.  You can find the tool kit at this link.

PCR testing can be found at or

APS does not endorse any specific testing facility or products, these are just recommendations.

Follow the link for the APS Nursing services information on the COVID-19 virus.

APS follows CDC guidelines. Click CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and facts on protection, symptoms, and next steps if you or your child get sick

Please go through the linked checklist EVERY DAY before sending your child to school!

Find safety measures implemented by APS at this link

As many have already heard the best way to prevent illness is to:
1. wash hands frequently
2. wear a mask
3. maintain social distancing (6 feet away at all times)
4. when coughing/sneezing, do it into a cloth/elbow. Wash up after as soon as you can.

Here is a great hand washing video: Here
Lavarse las Manos: Aqui
Face coverings video: Here
Usar una Cubierta de Tela Para la Cara: Aqui


Preparation for children with Chronic needs at school

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If you student has chronic illness such as:

  • Life threatening allergy

  • Asthma


Or any other illness requiring medication at school, please start getting the documentation needed. Make an appointment with your child's primary care provider and bring the APS from that applies to your child. Nursing forms can be found at this link.

We cannot provide medication to students who do have the proper documentation, please start working on this ASAP if you have not been already. We want to be as prepared as possible for when we start in person schooling.

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Wash Hands

As many have already heard the best way to prevent illness is to do the following:

1. wash hands frequently
2. wear a mask
3. maintain social distancing  (6 feet away at all times)
4. when coughing/sneezing, do it into a cloth/elbow. Wash up after as soon as you can.




Please look at the enrollment forms in the following links:

English   Bilingual

Call these numbers for enrollment help: 855-5261 (ENGLISH) / 855-9820 (BILINGUAL)



When is sick too sick for school?Here

APS ¿Cuando Está Demasiado Enfermo Su Hijo(a) para Ir a la Escuela?: Aqui



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