Health Services

www.co.alameda.ca.us/health

 
 
Shots for School

 

New Immunization Requirements for 2016
 
 
 
 

Immunization - http://eziz.org/assets/docs/IMM-231.pdf  

All students must receive adequate immunizations prior to school admittance. Official verification of immunizations is required (i.e., clinic record, yellow immunization record). Dates must include specific month/day/year for each immunization. 


 

Whooping Cough (T-dap) immunization - http://www.cdph.ca.gov/HealthInfo/discond/Pages/Pertussis.aspx 

As of July 1, 2011 all students in grades 7-12 are required to be immunized against pertussis.They must show proof
of the T-dap booster (Whooping Cough) in order to enroll in school. Students will not receive their class schedules
until this has been provided.
 

Physical Exam - http://achealthcare.org/provider/davis-street-family-resource-center/

All students entering first grade are required to have a physical exam (valid exams up to 18 months prior to entry).
 
 

Dental Exam - http://achealthcare.org/provider/davis-street-family-resource-center/                                 

All students entering kindergarten (or first grade if this is first year in school) are required to have a current dental exam.

 

Mandated Screenings

Vision and hearing screenings are done annually in grades K, 2, 5, and 8. Hearing screening is done annually in grade 10.

 
Vision to Learn 
A mobile eye-clinic that provides free eye exams and eyeglasses. 
Contact the school nurse at 510-667-3551 or Vision to learn at 424-256-5350 or mail@visiontolearn.org

Medication at School                                            Meds

Students who must take medication (prescribed or over-the-counter) at school must provide:

  • Written statement from the student’s physician detailing the medication, dosage and time to be taken.

  • Written statement from the student’s parent/legal guardian requesting that the prescribed medication be administered at school.

  • Medication must be in a pharmacy labeled container.

  • Medications should be delivered to the school by the parent/legal guardian or a designated adult

  • Medical Authorization forms may be obtained at any school office. Authorizations must be renewed annually.  

 

Head Lice?

                   Head Lice
 

Internet Access to Hearing Forms and Documents - www.dhcs.ca.gov/services/hcp.   
                                                                            select forms under County School Districts
 
 Maureen Shapiro - School Nurse 
 510-667-3513
Krista Hoffmann - School Nurse
510-667-3514
kristahoffmann@slusd.us
                                          
                                                                    Joel  Siapno - School Nurse
                                                                            510-667-3542 
                                                                         jsiapno@slusd.us 
Josie Hamilton Health Clerk
 510-667-3551

 

 

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