The Anishinabe Health Office is staffed by a Health Services Assistant, Janie Erickson, who works Monday-Friday 9:30 -1:30 and myself, Andrea Seebach, Licensed School Nurse who works at Anishinabe and Sullivan Schools on Monday, Wed, and Thursday. I work at Marcy Open School on Tuesday and Friday.
I received my nursing degree at the University of Minnesota and my graduate degree in Early Childhood Special Education from St. Thomas University. I have worked in Minneapolis as a Licensed School Nurse since 1991.
Please call us with your suggestions and concerns about your child or school health services.
I can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by pager at 612-580-7611. You can find frequently used forms and parent letters at the Health Services Information link at the right side of the page
Minneapolis Public Schools follow the guidelines developed by the epidemiologists at Hennepin County Community Health Department when deciding if a student should be sent home or kept home from school. If you have questions, call the health office at 668-0885.
A child should not come to school (and will be sent home from school) if they have or have had :
Please notify the school if your child has a contagious condition like chicken pox, strep throat or head lice.
Absences due to Illness:
Students are allowed up to 8 total absences a year, or 3 days in a row, due to illness. A doctor's note must be provided if your child is gone from school more than 8 total days over the school year, or 3 days in a row. Because your child's health is important to us, school staff can help your child if you do not have health insurance or cannot afford to see a doctor. Please contact your school if you need help.
Absences for your student should be called in to the attendance office at 668-0880.
3100 East 28th Street Minneapolis, MN 55406
Telephone: 612.668.0880 | Fax: 612.668.0890