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The San Dieguito Union High School District has a NO SHOT NO SCHOOL policy.  Students are required to present their immunization recores when enrolling in the district.  California law requires additional documentation for students who are from out-of-state or out-of-country.  Please see schedule of required immunizations.  Students who do not meet these requirements, will not be enrolled in the district.  (SDUHSD Board Policy 5141.3)

Students Need These Immunizations to Start 7th Grade:

  • Tetanus, Diptheria,Pertussis (Tdap) —1 dose (Whooping cough booster usually given at ages 11 and up)

  • Measles-containing vaccine (MMR) — 2 doses (Usually given at 12 months of age and 4-6 years of age)

This school immunization law affects all students in public and private schools. Parents must show their child's Immunization Record as proof of immunization.Transfer students from out-of-state entering any grade level (K-12) in California may need to meet additional school immunization requirements. 

  Los Estudiantes Entrando al 7º Grado Necesitan Estas Vacunas:

  • Vacuna contra el tetanos, la difteria y la tos ferina(Tdap) —1 dosis
    (El refuerzo de la vacuna contra la tos ferina generalmente se aplica a los 11 años de edad o más.)

  • Vacuna contra el sarampion (MMR)—2 dosis
    (Generalmente se aplica a los 12 meses de edad y entre los 4 y 6 años de edad)

Esta ley escolar aplica a todos los estudiantes en escuelas públicas y privadas. Los padres deben presentar el Comprobante de Inmunización de su hijo(a) como prueba de que se vacunó.  Los estudiantes (K-12) que se transfieren de una escuela fuera de California necesitan cumplir con requisitos de vacunación adicionales dependiendo de su edad. 

Consulte a su doctor sobre las vacunas recomendadas para ninos y adolescentes, incluyendo la vacuna contra la influenza todos los años.

Health Screenings
The District Nurse and staff will perform health screenings (vision and hearing) at specific grade levels during the year.  Notification will be sent home prior to screenings.  Parents may file a statement annually denying consent for these screenings.  
When there is good reason to believe that your student is suffering from a recognized contagious or infectious disease, your student will be sent home and will not be permitted to return until the school nurse is satisfied that contagious or infectious disease does not exist.  (Education Code 49451/48980)  A physician note may be required.  Contact the District Nurse for more information.  
 
Confidential Medical Conditions
Students in grades 7 through 12 may be excused from school for the purpose of obtaining confidential medical services without the consent of the student's parent or guardian.  District staff will make every effort to encourage students to confide in their parents/guardians when releasing students for confidential medical services.  (Education Code 46010.1)
 
Medications
You are required to inform the school nurse if your child is on continuing medication for a non-episodic condition. (Education Code 49480)  The school nurse or other designated school staff may assist your student in taking medication.  Medication will only be administered at school if there is written consent from the physician and parent.  The physician shall provide written instructions detailing the method, amount, time and route for taking the medication.  For more information, please call your school Health Tech.  Parents are to pick up unused medication at the end of the school year.  Prescriptions for medications to be taken at school must be wirtten by a licensed physician in the United States.  Prescriptions originating in any other country will not be accepted.  (Education Code 49423.1)
Students may carry and self-administer inhaled asthma medications and/or use an Epi-Pen provided the physician and parent forms have been filled out and reside with the school Health Tech.  Staff will use the following guidelines:
  • Students able to self-administer medications as confirmed by physician
  • Parent/guardian must consent to self-administration of medication
  • Provide a release for school staff to consult with student's physician regarding the medication and release the district and school staff from civil liability in the event of an adverse reaction to medication
  • Annual renewal of all prescriptions to be given at school
Diabetes
The school nurse may supervise Insulin injections.  The parent may supply/purchase all durable medical equipment needed.  
 
Asthmatics
Students may carry their inhalers with them.  If the student is irresponsible in its use, the inhaler may be kept at the Health Tech's office.  
 
 

District Nurses

Anna Weirather

 

anna.weirather@sduhsd.net

 

Kristen Fink

 

kristen.fink@sduhsd.net

 

Health Techs

Kathleen Margiotta

CCA

kathleen.margiotta@sduhsd.net

(858)350-0253 x4011

Katarina Naldoza

CVMS

katarina.naldoza@sduhsd.net

(858)481-8221 x3014

Lisa Davis

DMS

lisa.davis@sduhsd.net

(760)944-1892 x6631

Sara Rose

EWMS

sara.rose@sduhsd.net

(858)7551558 x4414

Corina McGraw

LCCHS

corina.mcgraw@sduhsd.net

(760)436-6136 x6024

Laura August

OCMS

laura.august@sduhsd.net

(760)753-6241 x3378

Andrea Howe

PTMS

andrea.howe@sduhsd.net

(858)509-1000 x4605

Pandora Johnson

SDHSA

pandora.johnson@sduhsd.net

(760)753-1121 x5021

Carie Miller

TPHS

carie.miller@sduhsd.net

(858)755-0125 x2235