Megan Benthall, MSN, RN

  • This year has certainly kept us on our toes, but we have made it to the Spring semester, and I'm looking forward to finishing out this year strong!

    7th grade students for the 2022-2023 are required to have a Meningococcal Conjugate and Tdap vaccines OR an up to date, valid reason of conscience exemption on file. Letters have been emailed to parents of students needing these vaccines. Please reach out if you have any questions.

    As a reminder, middle school students are NOT allowed to self-carry most medications at school. This is to ensure safety of all students while on campus and prevent possible over/under-dosing, sharing, and misuse of medications. If your student needs medications during the school day, they must be registered with me in the front office. Medication forms are linked below.

    Please reach out if you have any questions!

    Nurse Benthall

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  • Medications at School

    Medication reminder: Students in middle school are allowed to self-carry inhalers and epi-pens only. Please ensure we have the appropriate authorizations on file for your student to self-carry these medications if needed. All other medications must be kept in the nurse's office with the authorizations on file. Medication Authorizations and Action Plans can be found here:


    All students must be up to date on vaccines or have a current, valid exemption form on file for the school year. Please visit here for a full list of Texas minimum vaccine requirements for school. Updated immunization records may be emailed to Exemption forms for immunizations can be requested here. If your student receives immunizations throughout the school year, please forward updated immunization records to the nurse at

    Need help getting vaccines? Click HERE for community resources for immunizations.


    Questions about COVID-19? Please visit the CDC website, the Texas Health Department website, or the Hays CISD website for more information. Please reach out if you have any questions. 

    Hays County has FREE COVID-19 testing locations. Visit this site for more information:

    Health Screenings

    All health screenings have been completed for 2021-2022 school year and referrals (if indicated) have been sent to parents/guardians. If you have questions regarding your student's results, please reach out to




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