The current measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington, raises questions about what parents should know to keep their children safe, and what their school will do if a case of measles is confirmed at their site. Follow this link to read more.
I am a counselor here at SES and realize how difficult it can be to raise a kid these days. I will be sharing articles from time to time and hope you find them helpful.
Today I’d like to share, As “Fortnite” Blows Up, Parents Need to Up Their Game. A new survey confirms what most parents already know: Kids are going crazy for “Fortnite.” Here are some practical tips to manage it.
~Ashley Bevan, SES counselor
Sick or injured kid? Trouble getting in for a regular check up?
Don’t fret. You can bring your child to any of the 10 Multnomah County Student Health Centers for care. Student Health Centers are like having a doctor’s office at school. They serve any K-12 aged youth that lives or goes to school in the county. Student Health Centers take all types of insurance and serve the uninsured. To be accessible, there is never an out-of-pocket cost for services (no cost or co-pay). Best of all, half of all appointments are reserved for same day, so you can get in when you need to.
The nearest Student Health Centers to SES are at Cleveland and Franklin high schools. Both are open Monday-Friday during the school year. Call to set up your first appointment. Cleveland: 503-988-3350 Franklin: 503-988-3370