Student Health Card Procedure
Every student (K-12) is required to have a Student Health Card on file in the school office. Middle School and High School cards are mailed out to families with their registration paperwork. New students and Malone Elementary students received these cards at open house/orientation meetings.
NOTE: Fill the card out completely on both sides with parent signature.
Why Student Health Cards?
These cards are a tool for health and office staff to properly and safely care for students.
Students with Medical Needs
Student with inhalers or epi pens need to carry them with them or bring to the office.
Contact Mrs. Magnan with any questions or concerns regarding your students health and medication needs at 715-262-2383 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Student Immunization LawParents:
The Wisconsin Student Immunization law was recently changed. Two different vaccine requirements were added which may affect your child’s compliance with the law. The change will go into effect his fall with the beginning of the 2008-2009 school year. Parents are required to have heir children vaccinated or claim a waiver by indicating their choice on the attached Student Immunization Record and returning it to their child’s school. The following fact sheet should help to answer your questions about the new requirements....click here to read full School Immunization Law Fact Sheet.
Student Immunization Law Change Synopsis
Because of break through cases of chicken pox and whooping cough the State of Wisconsin requires additional booster shots for Varicella (chicken pox) and Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough)).
To learn more about the Varicella, Tdap, and Meningitis vaccines, see the below links to fact sheets.Click here to view a complete list of Student Immunization Law Age/Grade Requirements for the school year.
- Students entering kindergarten will need 2 doses of Varicella (chicken pox).
- Students entering 6th grade will need a Tdap booster and a second dose of Varicella.
- Students entering 9th grade will need a Tdap booster (unless they have received it in the middle school years).
- Students entering 12th grade will need Tdap booster (unless they have received it in the middle school years) and a second dose of Varicella (chicken pox).
- Middle School and High School students are recommended to consider receiving a Meningitis vaccine as well.
Student Immunization Wavier
State law requires all public and private school students to present written evidence of immunization against certain diseases within 30 school days of admission. The current age/grade specific requirements are available from schools and local health departments. These requirements can be waived only if a properly signed health, religious, or personal conviction waiver is filled with the school. Please see Student Immunization Record, step 4. Immunization Waiver Form