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Help us provide the best possible care for your child by:

  • Annually completing the Student Enrollment Form accurately and thoroughly.
     
  • Report past and present health information. If your child needs a medication or medical procedure at school, be sure to complete the required paperwork and contact your child's school nurse prior to school starting. School Nurses are back in the District by mid-August.
     
  • Providing current phone numbers for work, home and cell so if your child is injured or becomes ill, health offices are easily able to get in contact with you.
  • Listing other individuals on the enrollment form who may be notified if school staff can't reach you. Inform these individuals that you have listed them as emergency contacts on your child's school enrollment form. Please arrange with them that they are to act on your behalf when you are not available. This includes transporting and caring for your ill or injured child.

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Health Services Downloadable Forms

Frequently Asked Questions (click on each question to learn more)












Stock Epinephrine

Stock Epinephrine is intended to be utilized in the event of ananphylaxis. It is the expectation of MCPASD that parents provide their child’s epinephrine, if it is prescribed for their child. Stock epinephrine does not reduce the need or expectation that the student provides their own prescription of epinephrine. Stock epinephrine does not get sent on field trips, to extracurricular events or out of a school building. Stock Epinephrine Standing Order

Wisconsin Immunization Registry

The Wisconisn Immunization Registry i s place where families can look up their child's immunization record. We encourage our families to use the site rather than calling their doctor's office for the informaiton as it will likely be quicker. Wisconsin Immunization Registry website

Concussions

A concussion is an injury that changes how the cells in the brain normally work. A concussion is caused by a blow to the head or body that causes the brain to move rapidly inside the skull. Even a “ding” or “getting your bell rung” or what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious. MCPASD staff work in conjunction with the medical community in prevention and follow up when a concussion occurs.

Concussion Fact Sheet I for Parents

Concussion Fact Sheet II for Parents

Concussion Fact Sheet III for Parents

Concussion Fact Sheet for Teachers

Concussion Fact Sheet for Coaches

Heads Up Concussion Information (Spanish)

Concussion Fact Sheet for Student-Athletes

Communicable Disease Information

English version Spanish version
Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis
MRSA MRSA
Chicken Pox Chicken Pox
Fifth Disease Fifth Disease
Impetigo Impetigo
Influenza Influenza
Measles Measles
Meningococcal Meningitis Meningococcal Meningitis
Mononucleosis Mononucleosis
Mumps Mumps
Pertussis Pertussis
Ringworm Ringworm
Shingles Shingles
Strep Throat Strep Throat

Other Valuable Resources

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