Failure to submit this information in a timely manner will result in the exclusion of the child from attendance at school.
School nurses provide emergency care and referral, health promotion activities, assessment, counseling, vision and hearing screening and health evaluations for students with special needs. Parents are urged to notify the nurse if their child has any health problems and/or concerns.
District 107 does not offer physical examinations through the school. If your child is planning to participate in any sports program during the school year, it is important that the physical examination be completed before the school year begins. This form, and all other health forms, are available at the Middle and Elementary school offices, or can be downloaded in PDF format directly from this site.
All medications given at school (prescription and non-prescription) must be accompanied by a written authorization from the prescribing physician and a written parent's permission. These forms are available at each school office and may be faxed by your doctor's office for your convenience. You may also download the forms from this site.
Any changes in the dose or schedule must be accompanied by a written authorization from the physician and a written request from the parent.
All orders for long-term medication(s) must be renewed at least annually, preferably at the beginning of each school year.
Parents are encouraged to make arrangements with the school nurse for the development and implementation of a system for communicating the effectiveness and side effects of the medication(s).