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Katherine Mulryan
Garden Grove Elementary
Also serves Park View Elementary School and Sycamore Elementary School

Wendy Calderon
Royal High School
Also serves Apollo High School

Christi Williams
Justin Early Learners Academy
Also serves Vista Elementary School 

Angie Valencerina
Santa Susana High School
805.520.6800 Extension 3722
Also serves Santa Susana Elementary, and Mountain View Elementary

Lisa Kelly
Hillside Middle School
Also serves Crestview Elementary School, Hollow Hills Elementary School and Arroyo Elementary School

Mary Carol Sorrells
Sinaloa Middle School
Also serves Atherwood Elementary School, Madera Elementary School and Wood Ranch Elementary School

Lisa Vallejo
Valley View Middle School  
Also serves Big Springs Elementary School, Monte Vista School and Township Elementary School

Lorin Paschal
Katherine Elementary School
Also serves Berylwood Elementary School and Knolls Elementary School

Erica Montes
Simi Valley High School


CHKS Results

For districtwide results on the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS), use the link above. Contact Shannon McCabe or your school administrator for school site results. CHKS is a statewide, anonymous survey given in grades 9 & 11. The survey identifies eight domains including: school connectedness; drug, alcohol, and tobacco use; bullying and school safety; and student resilience.

Affordable Care Act

We know healthy children do better in school. Do you need health insurance for your child? With more than 75 million Americans now insured under Medicaid, check today to see if you are eligible at Covered California. Additional details are available in the Parents' Rights Handbook. You can also call 800.300.1506.

Student Accident Insurance

Student Accidence Insurance is offered through Pacific Educators. Additional details are outlined in the Parents' Rights Handbook. Click on Products-Students.

Health Resources from the Ventura County Office of Education

For resources on drug and alcohol prevention, bullying, diabetes, food allergies, suicide awareness, diabetes, food allergies, the CHKS (California Healthy Kids Survey), and TUPE (Tobacco Use and Prevention Education) in our school.

The mission of the Health Services Department is to make sure that the health care needs of all of the students in the Simi Valley Unified School District are met while at school. School Nurses participate in the care of students who have health conditions like diabetes, seizure disorders and severe allergies that are potentially life threatening.  

The Health Services staff for Simi Valley Unified School district consists of 9 full-time school nurses and one administrative assistant. The School Nurse’s role is to coordinate with the parents and the doctors to insure that preparations are in place should a health emergency occur.  This requires the training of school staff to handle these emergencies. School staff assists nurses in the case of any health emergency. All of the nurses are available by phone and/or text to go to schools for emergencies and when called to answer questions from school staff. School nurses also attend to any health care needs for students requiring daily nurse care. 

School Nurses perform a variety of other vital functions. They are the main teachers for the District’s Family Life-Sex Education Program. They oversee the District’s immunization requirements and health and dental examination requirements. They assist in meeting the state requirements for mandated hearing and vision screening. School Nurses are also a part of the Special Education Assessment Team. Their responsibility on this team is for the vision and hearing testing and the health and developmental histories for all special education assessments.  

Our School Nurses are dedicated to helping keep the students of Simi Valley healthy!

School Nurse Assignments




Lisa Kelly


Mary Carol Sorrells


Lorin Paschal

Big Springs

Lisa Vallejo


Lisa Kelly

Garden Grove

Katherine Mulryan*

Hollow Hills

Lisa Kelly


Lorin Paschal*


Lorin Paschal


Mary Carol Sorrells

Mountain View

Angie Valencerina

Park View

Katherine Mulryan

Santa Susana Elementary

Angie Valencerina


Katherine Mulryan


Lisa Vallejo


Christi Williams

White Oak

Erica Montes

Wood Ranch

Mary Carol Sorrells

Hillside Middle School

Lisa Kelly*

Sinaloa Middle School

Mary Carol Sorrells*

Valley View Middle School

Lisa Vallejo*

Royal High School

Wendy Calderon*

Santa Susana High School

Angie Valencerina*

Simi Valley High School

Erica Montes*

Monte Vista

Lisa Vallejo


Wendy Calderon

Justin Early Learners Academy

Christi Williams*

Phoenix/Triton/NPS/Private School

The primary nurse is located at the child's home school.


* Primary School Site



The Simi Valley Youth Council coordinates printing youth crisis telephone numbers on the back of associated student body identification cards through a partnership with the Simi Valley Unified School District. The following resources are included.

  • 9-1-1 (All Emergency Issues; e.g. overdose, alcohol poisoning): Call 9-1-1 (24 hours)

  • CIRT (Crisis Intervention Resource Team) Teen Crisis Hotline (All Issues): 866.431.2478 (24 hours)

  • California Youth Crisis Line (All Issues): 800.843.5200 (24 hours) or

  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800.273.8255 (24 hours) or

  • RUNAWAY Hotline: 800.786.2929 (24 hours) or

  • 2-1-1 Resource Referral Helpline (All Issues): 2-1-1 or 800.339.9597 (24 hours) 

  • Action Family Counseling (Drug/Alcohol): 800.367.8336 (24 hours) or

  • Simi Valley Free Clinic (Medical/Legal/Counseling/Dental): 805.522.3733 (Nights by appointment)

  • Sierra Vista Urgent Care (Medical walk-ins): 1227 E. Los Angeles Ave., Simi Valley, CA, 805.582.4050 (Days) 

Heroin Prevention Resources

For a listing of heroin prevention resources, and to visit the Simi Valley Task Force on Heroin Prevention page, please go HERE.


Information on cold and flu prevention.


Updated information about Coronavirus




California Department Of Education Healthcare Resources.

Covered California for staff and families.


In Simi Valley Schools we recognize the growing impact of depression and possible suicide. We are taking proactive measures to open the conversation and community support by providing Crisis Reference Cards to students and employees, working with the Simi Valley Police Department for annual teen talks and creating a community of support within our schools. If you or someone you know is in crisis, reach out. All numbers are available 24 hours per day.

For Emergency: 9-1-1

National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800.273.8255

Suicide Crisis Line 877.727.4747

Ventura County Crisis Line 866.998.2243

Runaway Hotline 800.786.2929

Action Family Counseling 800.367.8336

Interface For Any Referral in Ventura County 2-1-1

LGBTQ Trevor Lifeline 866.488.7386 

Simi Valley Police 805.583.6950    (non-emergency)

Simi Valley Suicide Prevention

Ventura County Behavioral Health


Medication Authorization for Students

To provide us with authorization for medication to be administered to your student during the school day, please complete the attached for and return it to your school nurse or health clerk.

Heat Index Policy

Is it too hot in the classroom for your child? Is it too hot for the Physical Education class to be running the mile? Please view our Heat Index Policy.

Readmission Form After Injury, Illness or Surgery

Readmisión a Clases Después de un Accidente, Lesión o Cirugía


For information about vaccinations and school enrollment, click on the link above for Shots for Schools.

Dentists for Children

Link here for information on dentists serving local children.

Drowning Prevention

Reduce the risk of drowning by using this helpful resource.