High School Health & Nursing
The Maplewood Richmond Heights High School is committed to providing the best possible health and medical care for students while in our charge.
Health/Wellness Board Policies
The District offers a robust wellness program for students and employees as outlined in Board Policy ADF. Policy EBB deals with communicable diseases, and policy JHC describes the MRH districtwide coordinated student health services program.
Use the following directions for the PDFs listed below:
Download the attached form onto your device or print the attached PDF.
Save it with your student’s first and last name.
Complete the downloaded form.
Send it back to your student’s school nurse as an attachment.
Remember: Forms must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.
If your student has any of the following action plans: Asthma Action Plan, Seizure Action Plan, Diabetes Management Plan, or Allergy Action Plan, you should reach out to your student’s medical team and request an updated action plan for the current school year. These action plans can also be sent to school once you receive them.
We would also like to remind you that students enrolled in the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District are required to have up-to-date immunization records according to Missouri School Immunization Law 167.181 -- even during virtual learning. This applies to all students, whether Maplewood Richmond Heights School District is in tier one, two, or three.
Health Services During Pandemic
The MRH nursing staff and the Student Services team have developed specific COVID-19 protocols as well as a family checklist. A contact tracing team is in place at each MRH building. The following links provide an outline of these steps:
- MRH Top 10 Ways to Prepare for a Return to School
- Student Symptoms Decision Tree: Washington University
- School Contact Tracing Protocols: STL County Dept. of Health
For up to date St. Louis County Health Department COVID-19 resources, click here.
Meet Your High School Nurse
Angel Goldberg, RN
“My name is Angel Goldberg, and I have had the privilege of serving as a nurse with the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District since November, 2012. In my time here, I have cared for kids in all grade levels.
I am originally from Jackson, MS but have lived in Maplewood for 20 years. I studied chemistry/polymer science at the University of Southern Mississippi. I then completed my BSN in Nursing at Webster University. For seven years, I was an electronic warfare and avionics specialist in the United States Air Force/Air National Guard. I spent five years as a staff nurse at Oaklawn Hospital in Marshall, MI (3 years as a Med/Surg Telemetry nurse and 2 years in Ambulatory Care). After that, I moved to St. Louis where for nine years, I was an oncology staff nurse at the former St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in Creve Coeur.
When I’m not caring for students and staff, I love spending time with my family, reading, hiking, kayaking, riding my bicycle, and travelling. My favorite thing to do in the world is snorkel! It’s been my pleasure to serve on the Board of LifeBridge Partnership since 2011. I am active in volunteering with people with different abilities, and really enjoy working as a nurse at summer camps. My husband Howard and I have 3 sons (Heath, Josh, and Gabe) who all have attended MRH schools throughout their education. We are grateful to raise our family in such a close knit community. It’s been a fun bonus to watch the children in our community grow up.”