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ICHS celebrates Highland Middle School Health Center at open house

ICHS celebrates Highland Middle School Health Center at open house

Published
April 6, 2018
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From left to right, Sherryl Grey (ICHS school and health services manager), Michael McKee (ICHS health services and community partnership director), Judy Buckmaster (executive director of student services, Bellevue School District), Dr. Ivan Duran (Bellevue School District superintendent), Teresita Batayola (ICHS CEO), My-Linh Thai (Bellevue School District board president), David Downing (YES COO), Katie Klug (Highland Middle School principal)

International Community Health Services celebrated the Bellevue School District’s first school-based health center at an open house on April 5, 2018.

ICHS CEO Teresita Batayola was among those on hand to tour the Highland Middle School-Based Health Center, an effort joined by Youth Eastside Services (YES) and the Bellevue School District to provide integrated health care to students within their school with funding from Best Start for Kids and support from King County.

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