In an effort to educate the whole person, Pine Tree ISD actively works to educate students about a range of health-related issues.

From exercise and weight, to nutrition and disease prevention, you will see regular dissemination of information and topical discussions about health and wellness. By facilitating learning through the support and promotion of good nutrition and physical activity, schools contribute to the basic health status of children.
In order to attend school, students must show they're in compliance with Texas State and local Immunization Requirements.

A copy of the student's current immunization record must be on file, at school. Under Texas law, any child who attends school or a day-care center must show documentation or communicate about childhood vaccinations before being admitted.
A SHAC is a state-mandated advisory council appointed by the school board. Members are approved by the school board for a one year term. It is made up of parents, community members, students, and school staff working together to improve the health of all students and families through coordinated school health programs.  Read more.
Health Care Programs
All health-care programs are designed to meet the following goals:

1. Reducing student absenteeism;
2. Increasing a student’s ability to meet the student’s academic potential; and
3. Stabilizing the physical well-being of a student.

Wellness Guidelines
The Pine Tree family champions the relentless pursuit of excellence through a compassionate and safe learning environment empowering all students to develop their unique passions and to make a positive impact in a global society.

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