Student health

Student Emergency Card and Student Health Inventory
For the protection of the health and welfare of all students, parents shall provide current emergency information (Education Code Section 49408), and health information. Immunization Requirements

The California Health and Safety Code requires that every student enrolled in a California public school be immunized according to regulations of the State Health Department. (Health and Safety Code 120335) Pupils entering a California school for the first time on or after March 5, 1986 must provide a written immunization record of receipt of each required vaccine dose. The written record must be provided by a physician, nurse, or health clinic. There is no ten day grace period for new pupils. Parents may ask for exclusion of immunizations based on personal or religious beliefs waiver. Students who do not meet the immunization requirements will be excluded from school until immunization on requirements are met. (Education Code 46010, 46010.5, 48980 and 49403, Health and Safety Code 120325-120380 and 120335) Medication for Students
Medications must be given at home if at all possible. Any student who is required to take
medication during the school day may be assisted by the school nurse or other designated school
personnel if the school receives a current school Authorization for Medication At School form
completed by the parent and physician. Parents may request Authorization for Medication forms
from the school nurse at any time. The school nurse must review the signed Authorization and
medication before medication is taken at school. (Education Code 49423 and 49423.1)
Important Information About Your Child and Asthma
Asthma is a common chronic disease of childhood. It causes breathing problems due to swelling of the airways, excess mucous, and tightening of the muscles around the airway. Common symptoms of asthma are wheezing, coughing, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and low peak flow readings. Asthma may be caused by different “triggers” such as: • exposure to cold air, wind, or sudden temperature changes If your child requires asthma medication (usually a “rescue med” such as Albuterol/Proventil) at school or if you have any questions, notify your child’s school nurse. Specialized Physical Health Care Services
Services prescribed by a physician for a child with special needs during the school day may be provided by a school nurse or other qualified designated trained school personnel under detailed instructions. The schools parent consent and physician authorizations must be completed. The Specialized Physical Health Care Services forms and procedures may be received by contacting the school nurse. Physical Examinations/Health Screenings/Oral Health Assessment
Physical examinations are requested for students kindergarten age and required by the time the student reaches first grade age. (Education Code Sections 49403, 49452, 49452.5, 49455 and Health and Safety Code Sections 324.2 and 325.5) The district may exclude any first grade age student from school, for up to five days, if the parent or guardian of that student has not submitted a health certificate unless the parent or guardian of such student does one of the following: provides evidence that the student has obtained a health screening; provides evidence of an appointment to obtain a health screening within 14 days, and subsequently supplies evidence that a health screening was conducted within three months of enrollment: signs a waiver for the health screening. Oral Health Assessment
California law, Education Code Section 49452.8, now requires that your child have an oral
health assessment (dental check-up) by May 31 in either the year they are kindergarten or first
grade age, whichever is his or her first year in public school. Assessments that have happened
within the 12 months before your child enters school also meet this requirement. The law
specifies that the assessment must be done by a licensed dentist or other licensed or registered
dental health professional.
Refusal to Consent to a Student’s Physical Examination Parents may file an annual written statement with the school stating they will not consent to a physical examination of their child. Thereupon the child will be exempt from any physical examination. Whenever there is good reason to believe the child so exempt is suffering from a contagious or infectious disease, they will be sent home until school authorities are satisfied that contagious or infectious diseases do not exist. (Education Code Section 49451) Vision/Hearing/Scoliosis Screenings
Vision and hearing screening is done during the first year of enrollment in school and at least every third year thereafter. Scoliosis screening for curvature of the spine is done for 7th grade age girls and 8th grade age boys. (Education Code Sections 49452-49452.5)


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