Health Care Needs and State Requirements
State law requires certain immunizations to be able to enter into public school. You will need to bring a copy of your child's immunization records to the office. If you need financial assistance there are resources available.
Our office has lots of answers, so please ask your questions!
If you are unable to immunize your child, or if you choose not to immunize your child, you must get an exemption. The health department has an online module to complete. If there is an outbreak of a communicable disease in the school...
Good vision is important for learning. Please ask for a vision screening for your child at their next Well Child Exam. We will also do screenings in the fall here at school and financial assistance is available for those that need it.
Medications at School
If your child needs to take medications while at school, we can help with that! We need the proper forms in order to do so. All medications must be checked-in at the office by an adult. Please make sure to have the original packaging and pharmacy label, and make sure the medication is not expired. Student medications will be kept in the office.
Your child may carry their own inhalers, Epipens, and diabetic medications (Insulin and Glucagon) if your doctors sign the form allowing them to do so.
Please let the office know right away if your child has any medical needs. Please complete the request for health services form. We want to make sure your child has what they need in order to succeed. We train our staff to respond to medical needs.
Jordan School District Forms
Below are the forms you will need for student medication and health care plans. We also have copies of these forms in the office.
Here is contact information for our School Nurse, Mrs. Danielson: