The Everman ISD Student Health Services Department is committed to provide a healthy and safe environment allowing students to be successful in school. Clinic staff collaborates with the Tarrant County Department of Public Health to implement specialized health care, and maintain state regulation compliance. We utilize strategies and practices to prevent the potential spread of contagious illnesses and communicate with others in the community for awareness of potential illnesses.
Health Advisory: Measles Outbreak in Ellis County
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is investigating a measles outbreak in Ellis County. Currently there are six confirmed cases of measles. All cases are in unvaccinated individuals. As additional cases may occur, we continue to advise all health care providers in the area to take precautions and consider measles as a possible diagnosis in patients with a fever and rash in addition to a cough, runny nose, or conjunctivitis.
The related News Release and a link to the Health Advisory can be found on the DSHS website.
District Lead Nurse
817-568-3523 ext. 4707
Campus Clinic Staff
Bishop Elementary - Yolando Delgado
E.Ray Elementary - Michelle Farris
Hommel Elementary - Lizbeth Rodriguez
Souder Elementary - Christina Toney
Townley Elementary - Patricia Barree
Powell Early Learning Academy - Bonita Wilder
Johnson STEM Academy - Melita Campbell
Baxter Junior High - Shemeka Whorley-Sibley
Davis 9th Grade - Edwiges Olivas
High School - O'Rita Carter