Hi Class, There was a great news story about a school in Cincinnati, Ohio in a low-income neighborhood and what innovative things they are doing to support these kids success. It includes have a health clinic, among a lot of other things, right in the school (not a school nurse, but nurse practitioners who can diagnosis and prescribe.) Here is the link - http://www.marketplace.org/topics/wealth-poverty/education/tackling-poverty-along-reading-and-arithmetic. They have significantly improved their graduation rate as well as students going on to college. Let me know what you think.