Is your student returning to in-person learning and require medication during the school day? If so, please complete the required documentation and send to your school nurse. As always, reach out to your school nurse with any questions.
Please note the following medical record requirements for the 2020-21 school year. Should you have questions, please call the school nurse.
All children in kindergarten, sixth grade and new to the district must provide the school with documentation of a completed health exam within 1 year prior to the start of the school year. All forms must be turned in by October 1st. Download the HEALTH EXAM form here.
All children in 7th and 8th grade who will be participating in an interscholastic sports program must provide the school with documentation of a completed health exam. This form must be updated annually. Download the SPORTS HEALTH EXAM form here.
Illinois law requires proof of an eye examination by an optometrist or physician who provides complete eye exams be submitted as a child enters kindergarten or is new to an Illinois school. The exam must be completed within one year prior to your child beginning school. All forms must be turned in by October 1st. Download the EYE EXAM form here.
All children in kindergarten, second and sixth grade must provide the school with documentation of a completed dental exam within 18 months prior to May 15th deadline. All forms must be turned in by May 15th. Download the DENTAL EXAM form here. If you request a waiver from the dental requirement, please use this DENTAL EXAM WAIVER form.
Visit our Immunization Information Page to learn more.
In light of this flu season, brush up on your hand washing skills by watching this NBC video. The number one defense against ANY virus is proper hand hygiene!
Interested in learning about illnesses you may have been curious about? The District 35 nurse team will be posting new information throughout the year here!
The question of the cold and flu season: should I send my child to school? Here are some helpful tips for when you hear “I don’t feel well; I can’t go to school today.”
- When should I keep my child home?