Wellness Topics


Breakfast of Champions!

Parents: Want to help your students succeed in school? Make sure they eat breakfast! A large percentage of the students I see in my office for any reason at ...more


Top 100 Health Websites You can Trust

Backpack Safety

LLHS School Nurse Locker

PPT, Word, Excel Viewers [Go]
Acrobat Reader [Go]

First Aid KIt

A great graduation gift! The First Aid Kit for College is a collaborative project developed by Acalanes School Nurse Dvora Citron and Lynne Alper, M.D., University Health Service, U.C. Berkeley. A ...more


As everyone is well-aware, the topic of concussion is in the news almost daily. Not only are we seeing more concussion in youth, but we now understand more about the pathophysiology and necessary recovery for this mild traumatic brain injury.

If your student sustains a concussion, it is crucial for them to be evaluated and treated by a trained healthcare provider. As with any health/medical condition, please make sure you obtain detailed medical documentation to submit to the school.

In addition, please make sure you notify the following people at school to assist in managing concussion for students:

Ron Abrew, Athletic Trainer (if your student is in sports, PE)
Kathi Mooney, School Nurse
Your Student's Counselor

Please click the following link to access resources on concussion: Concussion

LLHS Health Office 2017-18

Las Lomas High School Nurse

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Las Lomas School Nurse

Greetings :)  I am Kathi Mooney, your School Nurse. I have been a Registered Nurse for over 37 years. I have a Bachelor of Science and a Masters degree in Nursing. I am Public Health Nurse certificated, am an American Red Cross Instructor and an Adivsor for LLHS HOSA (Health Occupations for Students in America.) I also hold a teaching credential for California Technical Education/ Health Sciences. I began working at Las Lomas during the 2007-2008 school year. 


My philosophy for healthcare of students at the high school level is guided by preventative measures. I focus on teaching students about sleep, nutrition, exercise and keeping life in balance.  I also work on teams with Counselors, Intervention Specialists, our School Psychologist, Administrators, the Wellness Center and Teachers to create plans for students who have special physical and mental health disorders that make daily access to academics difficult.


I teach first, fourth periods and Wednesday Academy for Medical Technologies (ROP), am the LLHS HOSA (Health Occupations for Students in America) Advisor and hold Health Office hours daily when I am not teaching. In order to promote classroom attendance, I am open during lunch and brunch (periodic exceptions.)

If your student needs medication at school or has a medical/health issue we need to know about, medical documentation is needed for each new calendar year. You can access these Medical Forms and Care Plans on this website.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any questions or concerns:


Kathi Mooney RN MN PHN

School Nurse / Medical Technologies (ROP) Instructor



Phone: (925) 280-3920 Extension 2112

Fax: (925) 280-3921 


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Las Lomas High School Nurse Services

LLHS School Nurse/Health Services

  • The Health Office is located adjacent to the Attendance Office. The Nurse is available during most days when not teaching first and fourth periods. The School Nurse ...more

Immunization Schedule for Birth through 18 Years of Age

What is the single best thing you can do for your health?


Watch this amazing video called "23 1/2 hours":


Teen Mental Health Resources

Here are some great links for teen mental health resources:


HelpGuide for Teen Mental Health Issues


Teen Rehab Center / Drug Addiction Resources


Insight App for Droids and iPhones for Mindfulness Practices



Just Breath...a video on Meditation


Just Breath


Children can learn to meditate! Just think! If we teach our children well...what they can take with them for a lifetime :)


The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every season.

CDC on Flu

Where you can get your flu shot:

Lyme Disease Facts

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Benjamin Franklin


Medical Technologies ROP a UC/CSU A-G approved class


10th, 11th or 12th Graders and your Master’s Prepared Nurse and Teacher Mrs. Mooney RN MN PHN!


  1. Get American Red Cross Certification ...more

Career Tech Ed Video!

Health and Dental Insurance for Your Children and Family

Go Here to find information about insurance for your chldren and family:

Healthy Families, Medi-Cal and Dental Coverage


Alcohol Awareness

Twitter for Health

If you Tweet, you can follow my retweeted messages from different health sites including the CDC, UCLA, Stanford Med, Harvard Med, Cleveland Clinic, WebMD and more. My ID is klunar11.

Go To: http://twitter.com/klunar11 and ask for permission to follow.