SEAL Minnesota is Minnesota’s school sealant program. The Minnesota Department of Health’s Oral Health Program administers the program, providing competitive awards to licensed oral health providers that deliver dental sealants to children enrolled in Minnesota public schools.
This map shows all elementary and middle public schools in the state and identifies schools that are high need based on their location in a Dental Health Professional Shortage Area (Dental HPSA) or rural community, or student eligibility for free/reduced price lunch (a measure of the concentration of low-income households in a school environment). This map also shows all elementary and middle schools served by current SEAL Minnesota grantees. The map identifies school age children’s access to oral health services including dental sealants, and unmet need in elementary and middle public schools.
For more information, visit MN Public Health Data Access: Oral Health: About SEAL Minnesota Program data.
The Minnesota Department of Health does not guarantee the geographic accuracy or completeness of mapped boundaries and features. Geographic boundaries on this map are subject to periodic updates (e.g., zip code boundaries and census tracts change over time) and may vary across sources.
For questions or more information regarding the mapping application, please contact the
Minnesota Public Health Data Access
or via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|County||Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) Designation|
|School Name||School District||School Type||Grade Level||Total Students Enrolled||County||Location||Percent FRPL||FRPL Category||Dental HPSA?|
|School Name||School District||School Type||Grade Level||County||Location||Percent FRPL||FRPL Category||Dental HPSA?|
Free/Reduced Price Lunch (FRPL) Category: