Students at North, H.T. Wiley, Case and Watertown High School have access to School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) directly where they are – in school. These health centers are available to students when school is in session. Students at Starbuck, Knickerbocker, Sherman, and Ohio have access to the SBHC at North Elementary School. The school district provides transportation to and from the SBHC.
All Watertown students also have access to preventive dental services (like cleanings, screenings, sealants, and fluoride varnish treatments). The Watertown School-Based Dental Clinic is located at Wiley School. Students from Wiley, Case and Watertown High are scheduled at that location. Portable dental equipment is used to provide dental care to children at Ohio and North Elementary. Students at Knickerbocker, Sherman, and Starbuck Elementary schools are seen at North Elementary.
All medical and preventive dental services are provided at no out-of-pocket cost to parents when services are done at school, within the School-Based Health Center – however, students must be enrolled in the School-Based Health Program it use it.