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Florida Statutes Title XXIX. Public Health § 402.3026. Full-service schools

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(1) The State Board of Education and the Department of Health shall jointly establish full-service schools to serve students from schools that have a student population that has a high risk of needing medical and social services, based on the results of the demographic evaluations.  The full-service schools must integrate the services of the Department of Health that are critical to the continuity-of-care process.  The Department of Health shall provide services to these high-risk students through facilities established within the grounds of the school.  The Department of Health professionals shall carry out their specialized services as an extension of the educational environment.  Such services may include, without limitation, nutritional services, basic medical services, aid to dependent children, parenting skills, counseling for abused children, counseling for children at high risk for delinquent behavior and their parents, and adult education.

(2) The Department of Health shall designate an executive staff director to coordinate the full-service schools program and to act as liaison with the Department of Education to coordinate the provision of health and rehabilitative services in educational facilities.

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