WELCOME! I am your school nurse – Audrey Nava. I am looking forward to a great school year with your son. Here is a little background on me. I have had the joy of being a nurse for over seventeen years and received my BSN from UT Arlington. I am Nationally Certified in Medical-Surgical Nursing and my background in nursing is a wide-range from Medical-Surgical Care, to Labor & Delivery, to ICU, Surgical-Trauma, Critical Care and Administration.

My hours will vary, therefore if you need to get in contact with me, please direct your call to the Attendance Office for information on that week’s clinic hours. The Attendance Office can be reached at (210) 225-6794, ext. 203. 

Mandated by the Texas Department of Health and the Texas Catholic Conference Accreditation Commission
is scoliosis screening, which will take place during the school year. Also, a physical for all students who participate in sports is required; a TAPPS physical form will be provided from the Athletic Trainer, Nurse and by clicking here, as needed for your health care provider to complete.

Keeping Up to Date!
Please let me know if your son has had any health condition that may require medication to be kept in the nurse’s office. For example: asthma, diabetes, food allergies, insect allergies, headaches, etc.

Contact the nurse by phone at (210) 225-6794, ext. 272 or by email at anava@cchs-satx.org.

Also, communicate with me if your child has any health condition that may require any type of procedure, special attention or has a new health condition or change in health status.

Medication

Parents/guardians are requested to give medications (antibiotics, over the counter medications, etc.) at home and on a schedule other than during school hours if possible. If it is necessary that a medication be given during school hours, the following procedures must be followed:
  • All prescription and over the counter medication administered at school requires a medication authorization form signed by a health provider and the parent/guardian.
  • Medications must be in the original container picked up at the pharmacy each time the medication is refilled. The appropriate pharmacy label must be intact.
  • All medications are to be kept in the nurse’s office in a locked cabinet.
  • All controlled medications must be delivered to the nurse by an adult.
  • No student is allowed to carry medication in school, unless approved by the physician, parent and nurse.
  • Thank you for following these procedures. This will help avoid any delay in administering medication to your child!
Central Catholic High School is a college preparatory school educating young men, from diverse backgrounds, in the Marianist tradition for success through the development of scholarship, leadership and moral character.

Central Catholic HS

Address: 1403 N. St. Mary’s St.,
San Antonio, TX 78215
Phone: (210) 225-6794
Fax: (210) 227-9353
Email: info@cchs-satx.org
Hours: M-F, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.