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KINDERGARTEN

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									                     KINDERGARTEN
     PHYSICAL, DENTAL, & IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS

HEALTH EXAMINATION:   2 SIDED FORM      (PARENTS COMPLETE THE TOP SECTION & PHYSICIAN COMPLETE
                      BOTTOM SECTION)
                      The examination shall be conducted within one year prior to
                      the date of entrance into kindergarten. Lead screening is a
                      requirement that must be documented by the health care
                      provider by indication on the physical form or attaching an
                      IDPH lead risk assessment questionnaire.
                      (physical exams due 1st full day of school in August, 2010)

VISION EXAMINATION:   All children in Kindergarten are required to have a vision
                      examination (vision exams due October 15)

DENTAL EXAMINATION:   All children in Kindergarten are required to have a
                      dental examination. (dental exams due May 15)

IMMUNIZATIONS:        DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus) – required to have four or
                      more doses at the required intervals and the last dose having
                      been received on or after the 4th birthday.

                      POLIO – required to have four or more doses at the
                      required intervals with the last dose having been
                      received on or after the 4th birthday.

                      MEASLES – required to have 2 doses at the required
                      intervals.

                      MUMPS – required to have one dose at 12 months of age or
                      older.

                      RUBELLA – required to have one dose at 12 months of age
                      or older.

                      VARICELLA (chicken pox) – required to have one dose on or
                      after 12 months of age or show proof of having the chicken
                      pox illness or provide laboratory evidence of varicella
                      immunity.

								
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