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Si necesitas asistencia adicional por favor marca el numero 914-245-1700 extension 225

Monday, May 29, 2017

Health Office

School Nurse:  Tracey Longo

(P) 914 528-2021 ext. 209

(F) 914 528-2134

Health Reminders

Wellness Resources for Students and Parents

New York State Department of Health Law has revised the regulations regarding immunization requirements for school attendance effective July 1, 2014.*

Students who are entering 6th Grade for the 2014 -2015 School Year will require:  

  • 2nd Dose of Varicella – A health care provider’s signed medical record indicating the student had Varicella disease is acceptable proof of immunity.
  • Tdap (described below)
  • 3-4 doses of poliomyelitis vaccine  *

Students who are entering 6th grade or a comparable age-level special education program on or after September 1, 2014 and who are 11 years of age or older must receive an immunization containing tetanus toxoid, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis (Tdap).

Ten year old students who are entering 6th grade will not be required to receive a Tdap vaccine and will not be excluded from school, but they must be immunized when they turn 11 years old. At that time they must provide documentation of a booster dose of Tdap or provide proof of an appointment for the booster dose within 14 days. There are 2 immunizations currently available:

  • Boostrix
  • Adacel

It is important that you contact your Health Care Provider to determine the status of your child’s immunization. The law requires that Tdap, 3-4 doses of poliomyelitis vaccine & 2nd dose of Varicella, be administered before the student enters 6th grade.


Winter Health and Safety Tips

Due to the recent extreme cold weather, Lakeland's school health professionals would like to share some winter health and safety tips with our Lakeland families. Children need extra attention to stay warm, safe and healthy when temperatures drop. Please review the tips provided.

Guidelines for Cold Weather Safety




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