Bigfork School District 38

Health Services

Here you will find health information, links to policies and general information about health services at school. To maintain a safe and healthy environment in our schools, we ask parents to read this information. If you have questions or concerns about your child’s health, I am here to help.

Information Sheet from our School Nurse

Jennifer Knopik
School Nurse

Strengthening Partnerships To Improve Student Health Outcomes

In December 2023, Bigfork School District received a two-year grant from the Montana Healthcare Foundation to support increased collaboration with our existing health care resources to serve the varied needs of our entire school community. With the support of this grant, the school district has hired Alyssa Grekoff, RN, who will work closely with students, families, and staff as our school health liaison. The project will also provide staff training and education on the multi-tiered support structure systems. The primary partner is Logan Health, which operates the school-based health center. 

Ultimately, the goal is to create connections within our community and help bridge the gap between those in need and the resources which are available. 

Read our community letter and find out how you can support!

For more information, please contact our school nurse Jennifer Knopik

 

School-Based Health Initiative

With this grant, the Bigfork School will be joining the Montana Healthcare Foundation’s School-Based Health Initiative. The Montana Healthcare Foundation is the state’s largest health-focused, private foundation that works to improve the health and well-being of all Montanans. The School-Based Health Initiative supports new and existing partnerships between schools and health care providers to create school-based health centers. For more information about the School-Based Health Initiative, visit the Montana Healthcare Foundation’s website.

School Nurse

Alyssa Grekoff, RN
School Health Liaison
Jennifer Knopik, RN
School Nurse