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Health
Services 

Phone: (860) 658-0451, ext. 711/712 | Fax: (860) 658-1582
Simsbury High School
34 Farms Village Rd, Simsbury, CT 06070-2399

Sue Beardsley - Director of Health Services
Kriss Brown - Administrative Assistant
Staff

 

Latest Health Updates

Flu Letter (December 10, 2014)
Letter about Enterovirus (October 3, 2014)
5th grade parent letter re: 6th Grade State Mandated Health Assessment/Physical/Immunization Requirements (March 2012)
9th grade parent letter re: 10th Grade State Mandated Health Assessment/Physical Examination Requirements (March 2012)

Forms & Immunization Requirements (includes the BLUE FORM)

"The Blue Form" revised 4/2012

***NOTE: The above State of Connecticut Health Assessment Record replaces the Sports Physical Examination and Pre-Participation Form.

Prescription and NON-Prescription
Medication Policy and Administration for the Medicines Form

In compliance with the Connecticut State Law and regulations, the Simsbury Board of Education requires a physician's authorization for a nurse to administer medication in school. Medication must be in a pharmacy prepared container, or the original container and brought to school by the parent/guardian. It must be labeled with the name of the child, the name of the drug, the strength, dosage, and frequency, along with the physician's or dentist's name.

The form on the reverse side of this policy must be completed by the physician or dentist ordering the medicine and by the parent/guardian.

When a prescription is taken to the pharmacy and the medication is needed for school, please ask the pharmacist for a school container as well as a container for home. The pharmacist will supply a second container for administration of medicine in school.

Please remember that all medication must be brought to school by the parent/guardian and delivered only to the school nurse. It must be picked up in the same manner; otherwise, it will be discarded. Any medication received in a non-pharmaceutical container will not be administered.

Health Entrance Requirements/Physical Examination Requirements

2015-2016 Immunization Requirements for Enrolled Students in Connecticut Schools

2016-2017 Immunization Requirements for Enolled Students in Connecticut Schools
If you have any questions on immunization requirements, please do not hesitate to contact your school nurse.

Concussion Information

Concussion information on the SHS Athletics Website

Heads Up on Concussions in Youth and High School Sports Fact sheets from the CDC: For Youth Sports | For High School Sports

FAQs, Fact Sheets & Links

HUSKY Plan Information

For students that need free or low-cost health insurance, Connecticut's HUSKY Plan information: http://www.huskyhealth.com

Asthma & Allergy Management

Health Communications Archives


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