The Blaine County School District cares about the mental and physical well-being of our students and staff. The documents listed below will give you some guidelines and information on health-related topics of concern to all of us.
State Immunization Requirements
Please be sure to take a look at the new immunization requirements.
- 2019 Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth Through 6 Years Old
- 2019 Recommended Immunizations for Children 7-18 Years Old
- 2019 Vacunas recomendadas para niños, desde el nacimiento hasta los 6 años de edad
- 2019: Vacunas recomendadas para los niños desde los 7 hasta los 18 años de edad
- Immunization Exemption Form
- Immunization Exemption Form (Español)
If you have any questions please contact your child's School Nurse.
Authorization for Exchange of Confidential Student Information
Medications at School
The purpose of administering medications in school is to help each child maintain an optimal state of health that may enhance his/her educational plan. Ideally, all medication should be given at home. However, there are students who will need to be given medications during the school day. Please click on the following links for more information regarding administering medications at school and the Physician's Order for Prescription and Non-Prescription Medication Form.
- Medications in the Pre K - Grade 8 School Setting (English)
- Medications in the Pre K - Grade 8 School Setting (Español)
- Medications in the High School Setting (English)
- Medications in the High School Setting (Español)
By working together, parents, students, medical professionals, school district team members, and community partners can create a safe and nurturing environment for all of our students, including those with life threatening allergies.
- Food Allergies in the School Setting (CDC Link)
- Keeping Children with Food Allergies Safe at School (FoodAllergy.org Link)
- Food Allergy Emergency Care Plan (FoodAllergy.org Link)
To be completed with your child's Primary Care Physician and returned to the School Nurse.
Other Health Concerns
- Asthma Emergency Care Plan
- Diabetes - Hypoglycemia Emergency Care Plan
- Diabetes - Hyperglycemia Emergency Care Plan
- First Aid for Seizures
- Seizure Emergency Care Plan
Emergency Care Plans should be completed with Primary Care Physician, Parent and School Nurse. In some circumstances, the Emergency Care Plan may be part of your child's 504 Plan.
- Food Allergy Guidelines FAQ's
- Food Allergy& Research Education Website
- Helping Students with Diabetes Succeed: A Guide for School Personnel
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse
- When to Keep Your Child Home From School