Student Health Requirements

Student Health Requirements


Student Health Information for the 2017-2018 School Year

All students must have proof of proper immunizations and a physical before entering school; a lead blood screening for all pre-school and kindergarten students is also required.  Eye exam is due by October 15 of the current school year for Kindergarten students and any students entering Illinois schools for the first time. New students to the state of Illinois are also required to show proof of a physical on the State of Illinois School physical form.  Kindergarten students and new students to the district will need a court house birth certificate, and proof of residency.  Kindergarten, second, and sixth grade students must provide proof of dental exam by May 15 of the school year.

All students entering, advancing, or transferring into 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grades will be required to show proof of one dose of the Tdap vaccine (combined tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis) regardless of the interval since the last DTaP, DT, or Td dose.

K-12 students must show proof of two (2) doses of the MMR and Varicella vaccines. 

Pre-K, K, 6th, and 9th grades must show proof of school physical on State of Illinois physical form dated within the year prior to the first day of school.  (Dated 8/22/16 or after for the 2017-18 school year) 


Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine requirement for students entering 6th or 12th grade

For students entering 6th grade: one dose of MCV4 at school entry

For students entering 12th grade: two doses of MCV4 at school entry; 2nd dose must be administered on or after 16th birthday 


Sports:
All students participating in sports must have an athletic physical.

In August 2013, Public Act 098-0305 took effect.  This act requires the IHSA to be given a CPR training video to post on its website so that staff at IHSA-member school can watch it.  The act also indicates school districts shall notify parents and encourage them to view the video, too.

Since the D118 School District is a member school of the IHSA, we are posting the link to the following video for you to view:
http://www.ihsa.org/Resources/SportsMedicine/CPRTraining.aspx


Student Accident Insurance Information for the 2016-2017 School Year

Beginning July 1st

• Enroll online at http://markel.sevencorners.com or call 877-444-5014 for enrollment by phone. Seven Corners, Inc. is Markel’s administrator for this program.

• Payment must be made by credit or debit card.

Choose your coverage plan

One-time premium for the 2016-2017 school year

School time coverage (accident only)

Low plan: $15.00

Middle plan: $36.00

High plan: $66.00

The school time plan provides coverage while an insured student is in or on school premises during the days and months when school is in session; traveling directly to or from their residence and school in a vehicle supplied by the school; and participating in or attending activities sponsored solely by the school that are continuously supervised by a school official or employee. This also includes supplied and supervised travel directly to and from such sponsored activities; and school sponsored and supervised sports, excluding ninth-, tenth-, eleventh-, and twelfth-grade interscholastic football.

Around the clock coverage (accident only)

Low plan: $68.00

Middle plan: $144.00

High plan: $266.00

Around the clock coverage applies 24 hours a day, whether school is in session or not. The insurance is provided from the effective date of the insure student’s coverage to the termination date on the policy. This coverage includes school sponsored and supervised sports, excluding ninth-, tenth-, eleventh-, and twelfth-grade interscholastic football.

Interscholastic football coverage

Provides coverage for ninth-, tenth-, eleventh-, and twelfth-grade interscholastic football only.

School time and around the clock coverage is not included with this plan option.

Summer day camp/Off season conditioning

Low plan: $11.00

Provides coverage during school sponsored and supervised summer day camps that are conducted on school premises. Off season conditioning provides coverage when under the direct supervision of the coach or a trainer for conditioning and weight training for interscholastic sports which take place at a designated facility on the premises or in close proximity to the school. It does not provide coverage for play or practice involving bodily contact of any sport. This coverage ends the first day of official practice or the first day of school.

*Detailed brochure and claims reporting information can be found on the enrollment website.

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