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Campus Job Name Phone Extension
MVHS Nurse Rhonda Brast 1147
MVMS Nurse Mary Keil 1164
LAMS Nurse Erin Pedroza 4309
CES Nurse Kimberly Clark 2506
LCE Nurse Sandra Sandoval 3005
PES Nurse Christie Langley-Neuman 2014
LRE Nurse Gracia Riojas 2606
MVHS Counselor Rebecca McHazelett 1140
MVMS Counselor Wendy Brewer 1148
LAMS Counselor Kelsey Fankel 4305
CES Counselor Morgan Tondre 2500
LCE Counselor Cara Rakowitz 3004
PES Counselor Sandra Rodriguez Cantu 2032
LRE Counselor Elvira Chavez-Guevara 2623
Annually, the district will conduct a physical fitness assessment of students in grades 3–12 who are enrolled in a physical education course or a course for which physical education credit is awarded. At the end of the school year, a parent may submit a written request to obtain the results of his or her child’s physical fitness assessment conducted during the school year.
Violations of Law – Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco and Weapons Under state and federal law, a student is not allowed to possess, sell, give away, or use alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco products (including vaping devices), guns, knives or other weapons on school property, in their vehicle or at any school-related or school-sanctioned activity whether on or off school property. Students should be aware that they will be held responsible for any items found in their possession or in their vehicles and that consequences will be administered for any violations. [See the Student Code of Conduct for information regarding disciplinary consequences.
Students are prohibited from possessing or using any type of tobacco product, electronic cigarette (e-cigarette), or any other electronic vaporizing device while on school property or while attending an off-campus school-related activity. The district and its staff strictly enforce prohibitions against the use of all tobacco products, ecigarettes, or any other electronic vaporizing device by students and all others on school property and at school-sponsored and school-related activities. [See the Student Code of Conduct and policies FNCD and GKA for more information.]
District related groups/organizations or employees approved for use of District facilities shall be responsible for ensuring that all persons attending the event abide by District Policies, State Laws and Federal Laws. The District Policies and State & Federal Laws concerning the conduct of individuals at school facilities including, but not limited to, the laws prohibiting possession or use of alcoholic beverages, tobacco and other prohibited products on public school grounds.

Physical and Mental Health Resources

Parents and students in need of assistance with physical and mental health concerns may contact the following campus and community resources:


The Campus nurse at (830) 931-2243 • Castroville E.S. Ext. 2500 • LaCoste E.S. Ext. 3005 Page 66 of 94 • Potranco E.S. Ext. 2000 • Luckey Ranch E.S. Ext. 2604 The Campus school counselor at (830)931-2243 • Castroville E.S. Ext. 2500 • LaCoste E.S. Ext. 3005 • Potranco E.S. Ext. 2000 • Luckey Ranch E.S. Ext. 2604

The local public health authority, Medina County Health Unit, which may be contacted at 830- 741-6191, Patricia Mechler or Bexar County Health Department may be contacted at 210-335- 2011. The local mental health authority, Hill Country MHDD, which may be contacted at 512-558- 2006, Corporate Office.