Health Services

New CA Immunization Exemption NEW CALIFORNIA IMMUNIZATION EXEMPTION LAW

On January 1, 2014, new legal requirements became effective for parents who want to exempt their child from one or more immunizations upon school entry.  According to this law, the parent must use the attached one page form developed by the California Department of Public Health and provide:

  • A letter of affidavit requesting an exemption that states that the required immunizations are contrary to their beliefs, and
  • A statement signed and dated by a health care practitioner and parent indicating that the practitioner has provided, and the parent has received, information about the benefits and risks of immunizations and the risks of vaccine-preventable diseases.

This documentation must be returned to school before your child can be officially enrolled in IUSD.  For medical or religious exemptions, contact Health Services for further assistance at (949) 936-7520.  For “Frequently Asked Questions on Personal Belief Exemptions (AB2109)”, go to www.shotsforschool.org

English - CDPH-8262   

Chinese - CDPH-8262CH

Korean - CDPH-8262Korean

Farsi - CDPH-8262Farsi

Arabic - CDPH-8262Arabic

 

Absences

Report your child's absence each day by calling the attendance line at your child's school.

Anaphylaxis:

Life-Threatening Food Allergies Policy

Severe Food Allergies - School Guidelines

Antiseizure Medication Guide

Orange County Antiseizure Medication Guide for Schools

Health Advisory Committee

The charge of the HAC is to review sensitive topic materials and make recommendations to the Board of Education regarding their approval for use.

Health Condition Information - FORM

It is important to keep the School Nurse informed of medical conditions your child may have. Please complete this form each school year or when changes may occur.

 

Health Guidelines for School Attendance

In order to provide a healthy school environment for all children and staff, the following guidelines have been prepared to assist you in decisions relating to your child's health and school attendance.

Health Insurance for Children

Get complete medical and dental insurance for your children

Immunizations

Students must show they're in compliance with California immunization laws and Irvine Unified School District Policy 5141.31 to attend school. A copy of the student's current immunization record must be on file, at school.

Immunization Exemption Information

Kindergarten Oral Health (Dental) Assessment - FORM

Kindergarten Oral Health (Dental) Assessment - WAIVER

Measles Advisory:

Measles FAQ

Measles - Parent Letter From OCHCA

 

Medical Advisory Board

Our mission is to promote mutual respect and interaction between the school community and the health care community. The ultimate goal is to encourage and secure healthy lives for our students.

Medical Advisory Board Members

Medication Guidelines - Medication During School Hours

Medication Request - 2 page FORM

Management of Diabetes at School Consent - FORM

Physical Exam For School Entry - FORM


Physician Release to Return to School - FORM

Poison Control Information 800-222-1222

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