High School/Middle School Health Services
The state of Minnesota has a NO SHOTS-NO SCHOOL law. In order to have your child enrolled in school, the school must have a copy of your child’s immunization record. Students must be up to date on all Minnesota Department of Health required vaccinations before they are permitted to attend school. Exemptions to required vaccinations will be allowed for children with medical contraindications or parents/guardians whose conscientiously held beliefs are opposed to immunizations. A notarized statement must be submitted to the school nurse. Immunization records for all seventh grade students must be returned by August 15th.
Middle School Physicals
Physical examinations are required for any child playing a sport. It is also recommended for all other kids entering District #750 Middle School, but not required. It is requested that completed physical forms be returned by August 15th.
High School Physicals
Physical examinations are a requirement by the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) for all students participating in extracurricular school sports. It is required that a MSHSL sports physical be completed the spring or summer before a student enters tenth grade if they intend to participate in sports. MSHSL sports physicals need to be repeated every three years; therefore, completing a sports physical in tenth grade allows a student to complete high school only obtaining one required sports physical. Completed MSHSL physical forms need to be returned by August 15th.
Life-Threatening Medical Conditions
If your child has a life-threatening medical condition, please notify the school health office immediately. We will work with you to develop an emergency care plan, which will be used by the nurse, teacher(s), and staff in case of an emergency. Examples of life-threatening medical conditions are allergies, asthma, diabetes, or seizures.
Special Diet Information and Form
If your son/daughter has special diet needs please fill out the Special Diet Form and return to your schools Health Office.
All medications to be administered at school require a medication authorization form to be completed and signed by a parent/guardian and/or physician. If a completed medication authorization form is not on file, a phone call will be placed to a parent/guardian during the school day before the requested medication will be administered. Medication must be in the original containers with a label containing medication name, route, dosage, time to be given, and student name.
Medication Administration Policy
Parental Request for Non-Prescription Medication Administration
Physician Request for Prescription Medication Administration
Each year, the ROCORI School District conducts vision, hearing, and scoliosis screenings for students in the school district. Although they are not complete examinations, the screening system helps to identify students who may be in need of additional medical or professional care. Our screening processes are certainly not the same as a standard examination from a physician or health professional. However, they are valuable preliminary efforts to help identify students who might be experiencing problems and provide an opportunity to encourage those students to see a professional. Vision and hearing screenings are completed at the request of teachers and/or parents. Scoliosis screenings are completed yearly for seventh grade females. Scoliosis screenings are also available at the request of teachers and/or parents.
Please feel free to contact the health office staff with any questions, comments, or concerns.