USD 308 School Health Services
The purpose of the school health program is to promote the health and learning of all students.
School nurses will work collaboratively with students, parents, health providers, teachers, and administrators to support school attendance and maximum learning, while following, state and district regulation as well as the Nurse Practice Act.
Health & Nursing Forms for Parental Use:
Immunization and Physical
- Reno County Health Department's Vaccine Documentation Form
- Reno County Health Department Vaccine Clinic at HHS May 8
- Kansas Department of Health Immunization Documents - For Parent Information
- KDHE School Requirement Memo K-12 2019-20
- Easy-to-Read Vaccination Pre-K to 12 Requirement Sheet
- KDHE Child Care Immunization Requirement Memo for 2019-20 (.pdf)
- Kansas Certificate of Immunizations (.pdf)
- USD 308 Physical Form - A physical is required for every child entering a Kansas School up to age nine.
- Reno County Community Resources - Resources in Reno County that can administer immunizations (shots) and school physicals.
USD 308 Policies
- Allergy Action Plan - If your child has a history of allergies to food, environmental, and/or bee/wasp sting that require emergency treatment. The parent/guardian AND Physician is responsible for submitting the completed form as well as the prescription medication form to accompany any medications at school.
- Asthma Action Plan - When a prescription medication to treat asthma is to be given/maintained at school to a student during the school day, the parent/guardian AND Physician is responsible for submitting the completed form as well as the prescription medication form to accompany any medications at school.
- Diabetes Action Plan - The following forms and/or medications need to be completed by a parent/guardian and physician. Parent /guardian must make arrangements with the school nurse to meet one week prior to the first day of school or after diagnosis to develop an individualized health care plan to ensure the safety of your child while at school. Emergency medications such as glucagon, insulin, ketone strips, glucose tabs, and extra pump/insulin/glucometer supplies should also provided.
- Seizure Action Plan - If you child has a history of seizures, the parent/guardian AND Physician is responsible for submitting the completed form as well as the prescription medication form to accompany any medications at school.
- Form #3 Requirements for Isolation and Quarantine
Authorization to Release Records
- Authorization to Release Records - Administration Center
- Authorization to Release Records - Allen
- Authorization to Release Records - Avenue A
- Authorization to Release Records - ESC
- Authorization to Release Records - Faris
- Authorization to Release Records - Graber
- Authorization to Release Records - HHS
- Authorization to Release Records - HMS7
- Authorization to Release Records - HMS8
- Authorization to Release Records - Lincoln
- Authorization to Release Records - McCandless
- Authorization to Release Records - Morgan
- Authorization to Release Records - Wiley
- Community Resources - Hutchinson Resources Available to USD 308 Families
- Dental Form- Prairie Star - USD 308 has chosen to participate in the Kansas School Sealant Program. Dental professionals will be offering services in your child's schools such as: sealants, fluoride varnish, and/or cleanings. There will be no cost to you or the school for these services. The following form needs to be completed to receive the free services.
- Dental Form- Prairie Star - Spanish version
- Dental Consent Form - Silver Diamine Fluoride
For More Information
- USD 308 Information Fact Sheet - Genderal Information regarding USD 308 Health Practices
- USD 308 Student Health Information Form - Information for school nurses regarding student health challenges. This needs to be completed for each student each school year
Exclusion - KDHE Guidelines
- Conditions for Exclusions from School - Identifies specific infectious diseases and return to school guidelines
Flu Shot Forms
- Flu Shot Clinics
- Flu Encounter Off Site - Adult
- Flu Encounter Off Site - Pediatric
- Flu Encounter Off Site - Spanish version
Illnesses & Conditions
- Head Lice - What to do if you your child comes home with head lice
- Lice 101 for Parents
- Don't Let Head Lice Bug You
- Information on Bedbugs
- Information on the SleepTight Foundation
Medication Forms & Policies
- District Policies Regarding Supervision of Medication - If you child is currently receiving medication at school, or should need arise, please follow these guidelines.
- District Policies Regarding Student Self Administration of Medications
- District Policies Regarding Response to Life Threatening Health Conditions
- 2018-2019 Guidelines for Medication Administration
- B - Instruction and Supervision from the Registered Nurse to Unlicensed Personnel
- C - Request for Medication and Special Health Care Services
- D - Request for Medication of Non Prescription / OTC
- F - Request for Self-Administration of Medication and/or Special Health Care Services