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Proof of Health Examination
Parent(s)/guardian(s) of students shall present proof of a health examination by a licensed physician and of having received the immunizations and screenings for preventable communicable diseases, as required by the Department of Public Health rules:
The examination must be recorded on the State of Illinois Department of Public Health - approved school examination form. Please see the bottom of this page for health forms.
In addition, evidence of dental examinations is now also required for students before enrollment in kindergarten, second grade, and sixth grade. State of Illinois Department of Public Health-approved Dental forms must be used for this purpose.
Failure to comply with health examination requirements by the first day of school of the current school year will result in the student’s exclusion from school until the required health forms are presented to the district.
All new students who are first-time registrants shall be granted 30 days following registration to demonstrate compliance with the health examination and immunization regulations.
Medication at School
According to state law, administration of medication during regular school hours should be discouraged unless absolutely necessary for student health and well-being. If a student needs to take medication during the school day, a form from the physician must be on file in the school office. This applies to both prescription as well as over-the-counter (OTC) remedies. All medication must be distributed through the school office. Parents should discuss any special needs with the school nurse/office staff.
Please follow these guidelines to help you determine when you should keep your child home from school.
Please help control the spread of illness by reminding your child to use tissues as needed and to wash their hands frequently. If you have any questions about these guidelines, please contact the district nurse.
A child may be excused from a physical education activity following an illness or accident upon written verification from his or her parent or guardian. No child will be excused without this note.
Any restriction for participation in physical education requires a qualified physician’s written verification detailing the type and length of restriction.
Students should receive a pass from the teacher and report to the office if they become ill. All accidents and injuries should be reported to the teacher immediately upon their occurrence. Remember that students must never leave school for illness or other reasons without first checking out with the school office. The office will notify parents immediately of any serious student health or accident concerns.
Questions can be directed to school district nurse Theresa Hillen.