This vaccine is now required for students in grades 7, 8 and 12. Please call your child's Doctor with any questions.
Your child may return to school after being fever free for 24
hours without the use of fever reducing medication, such as
Tylenol or Motrin.
Students are referred to their physician for diagnosis and
treatment. Once the treatment is started, your child may return
to school 24 hours later as long as there is improvement.
All athletes must be registered each athletic season on FamilyID. Once your athlete is registered you will receive an email advising you if your child has been approved, or not approved. If they are not approved, there will be an explanation. You don't need to call the nurse's office to see if your athlete has been approved or not, you will get an email.
For any other questions, please feel free to contact the Director of Athletics, Susan Dullea.
If you need to pick your child up early you should send him/her in with a note explaining why you need to pick him/her up & the time you need them. Your child should bring the note to the main office upon entering the building. He/she will be given a pass excusing him/her from class at the specified time. Your child will then meet you at the circle. In the event of an emergency, when you have not sent in a note, go to the main office. One of the secretaries will page your child out of class. The attendance will be adjusted accordingly by the end of the day or, at times, the next day.
Students are to be excluded from school until under treatment for
Students should be excluded from school until private physician states that the child may return. Students must present a doctors note indicating any activity restriction upon return to school.
Students with undiagnosed rashes should be excluded from school until diagnosed and treated by their own doctor.
If your student is going to be late send him/her in with a note explaining why. He/she will sign in either at the circle or the bridge. The attendance will be fixed accordingly by the end of the day or, at times, the next day.
Your child needs to bring the nurse a note from his/her doctor explaining how long & why the elevator is needed, along with a $10.00 deposit for the key. When the key is returned, your child will get the $10.00 back.
The NYS mandated physical examination will be done today in the CHS nurse's office by Dr. H. Rojas. If your 10th grader has not handed in a physical from your private physician, they will be scheduled to see Dr. Rojas