Clinical Services

The Clinical Services team at St. John’s School recognizes that for students to carry out our school’s mission “in the development of individual, spiritual, ethical, intellectual, social and physical growth” Clinical Services must focus on our students’ health as a whole and keep our St. John’s community well.

The Clinical Services team works to improve each student’s health by providing the following:
  • Administration of first aid, treating minor medical problems and identifying community health concerns.
  • Identifying the need for referral to our counselors for social, emotional problems
  • Monitoring communicable disease outbreaks in the community to control spreading
  • Working with students and their families that have chronic health conditions and communicating medical needs or changes to those involved in the care of that student.
  • Education

Health Records & Immunizations

All St. John’s Student’s health records are kept through Magnus. You can update, complete and view your child’s health information by going to and signing onto your parent portal. Click on the resources tab and then the health portal.

St. John’s School follows the Texas Department of Health Immunization requirements for Schools K-12. For more information go to:

Injuries & Illnesses

Should your child be ill or injured please communicate this with the Clinical Services team. This helps us track our illnesses and make sure our community stays well along with communicating your child’s needs with other departments should they need accommodations.

Wellness > Clinical Services Contacts

Director of Clinical Services
Tesa Stark, CPNP
713.850.0222, Ext. 290

Ms. Stark earned a BSN from the University of the Incarnate Word and then completed a MSN at University of Texas. She has over 14 years of experience as a pediatric nurse practitioner in primary care, urgent care and school health. Ms. Stark joined the SJS community in 2015.

School Nurse

Lorri Wolff, RN
713.850.0222, Ext. 293

Ms. Wolff earned a B.S. in Economics from Texas A&M University before going on to earn her B.S. in Nursing from HBU.  She came to SJS in 2015 from Houston Methodist Transplant Center, where she was a Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator for kidney transplant.