ABOUT HEALTH SERVICES
The Red Wing School District is dedicated to providing quality health care to students during their hours of attendance. The health services program is coordinated by the district school nurse. For more information contact the District Nurse, Joni Gorman at 651-385-4611 or email her: Joni Gorman.
Influenza Vaccination Consent Form
Medical Permission Form: required for dispensing medication to your child at school
Influenza-like Illness Symptom Screening Tool for Parents and Caregivers
Emergency cards are provided yearly to parents so student information is current and accurate. They are sent home at the beginning of the school year. They should be filled out updating requested information, newly diagnosed medical information, and any medications that their child takes. When complete, they should be returned to the school health office.
IMMUNIZATION STATE LAW
Minnesota statutes 1980, Section 123.70 requires that all children who are enrolled in a Minnesota school be immunized before starting school. these requirements can be waived only for medical reasons or if you are conscientiously opposed to a particular immunization. Student schedules will be withheld and students will not be allowed to start school without a proof of immunization on record with the school health services.
Seventh Grade Students/Parents:
7th grade students need to have an updated tetanus shot, the second MMR (measles, mumps, & rubella) vaccination and their hepatitis series.
Student Immunization Form
Student Immunization Form
Student Immunization Chart: The chart summarizes information on required immunizations. Find your child's age/grade level and read across the line. Check to see if you child has the correct number of vaccinations. Checkmarks indicate the number of vaccinations required at by the time your child has reached that age/grade. If you have questions, please contact the school nurse.
An IHP is developed for students with chronic health concerns when the district nurse determines that the condition could affect a student's education. This plan becomes part of the student's Health Record.
A pupil health record is kept on all students in the Red Wing School system. The district requests pertinent health information about each student upon enrollment in the district to help ensure a student's safety in school. Parents are encouraged to notify school health personnel when their child has experienced a medical condition that would affect the student's safety in school or the ability to learn. Information is considered confidential and shared with school personnel only on a need to know basis.