School Health Services Medicaid Program

  • Pueblo School District 60 participates in the School Health Services Medicaid Program. The district receives partial reimbursement from Health First Colorado (Colorado Medicaid) for the health and medical services provided in the school setting to students enrolled in Health First Colorado with an Individual Education Plan (IEP), Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP), 504 Plan, other individualized health or behavioral health plan, or where medical necessity has been otherwise established.

    Health services provided by the school at no cost to the family and reimbursed to the district do not affect your child’s lifetime Health First Colorado benefits.  Students can receive health services at school on the same day they receive services outside of school.  Please read the CDE Parental Brochure for additional information, links are in the column to the right. 


    Medicaid reimbursement is used to improve, expand, and/or enhance health and health-related services to all students throughout the district in accordance with our Local Service Plan.  Below is a list of the health services the district’s Medicaid reimbursement funds:

    • Registered Nurses
    • Health Technicians
    • Student & Family Wellness Outreach Coordinators
    • Partner with Care and Share
      • Expand Send Hunger Packing Weekend Food Backpack Program
      • Increase Food in the School Pantries
    • Provide all supplies for the Nurses office
    • Provide personal hygiene supplies & feminine hygiene products for homeless students
    • Purchase Vision Screening Equipment
    • Purchase Hearing Equipment
    • Sensory Rooms
    • Hi-Lo Changing Tables
    • Health Equipment and Supplies
      • Occupational Therapy
      • Physical Therapy
      • Speech Language Pathology
      • Mental Health Services

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