Student Health

Healthy students are a priority in the Park Hill School District, and we work together with both parents and health departments to keep our students healthy. We have health room staff in each building, ready to assist students as needed.

Immunizations

The state of Missouri sets the requirements for the immunizations that are required to enter school in all Missouri school districts. The links below will take you away from the Park Hill School District site to the state's updated list of immunization requirements.


2020-2021
K-12

English: State Immunization Requirements for 2020-2021 (PDF)
Spanish: 2020 Requisitos de inmunización para las escuelas de Missouri (PDF)
Arabic: متطلبات التطعیم في مدارس ولایة میزوري للعام الدراسي 2020 (PDF)
Amharic: 2020 ሚዙሪ ትምህርት ቤት ክትባት መስፈርቶች (PDF)
Somali: 2020 Shuruudaha Tallaalka ee Dugsiga Missouri (PDF)

 
Child Care and Preschool
English: Child Care and Preschool Immunization Requirements (PDF)
Spanish: 2020 Requisitos de Vacunación para las Escuelas de Missouri (PDF)
Arabic: متطلبات التطعیم في مراكز رعایة الأطفال ومرحلة ما قبل المدرسة بولایة میزوري لعام 2020 (PDF)
Amharic: የ 2020 ሚዙሪ የሕፃናት እንክብካቤ እና የቅድመ ትምህርት ቤት የክትባት መስፈርቶች (PDF)
Somali: 2020 Shuruudaha Tallaalka ee Dugsiga Barbaarinta iyo Daryeelka Ilmaha ee Missouri (PDF)

Medications

Medications will be given during school hours when absolutely necessary. We encourage dosage schedules which allow medicine to be taken before and after school. When this is not possible, health services personnel will follow the guidelines below when administering medication to your child at school. If your child will need special assistance or additional monitoring to take their medication at school, please contact the health services staff to discuss this.

Permission for Student to Carry and Self-Administer Prescribed Asthma Medication (PDF)
Permission for Student to Provide Self-Care for Diabetes (PDF)
Medication Guidelines and Authorization Form - Elementary (PDF)
Medication Guidelines and Authorization Form - Secondary (PDF)

Life-Threatening Allergies

Any child with severe, life-threatening allergies requiring the use of an epinephrine pen, or epi-pen, will have a food allergy action plan or an emergency action plan. This plan will include specifics regarding when the pen is to be used and who is to be called in case of emergency.

English: Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan (PDF)
Spanish: Plan de Atención de Emergencias de Alergias Alimentarias y Anafilaxia (PDF)

Permission for Student to Carry and Self-Administer Prescribed Epinephrine (PDF)
Medical Statement for Student Requiring Meal Modification (PDF)

insurance

2020-2021 Kidguard Insurance Enrollment Form (PDF)

Contact

Tammy Saylor BSN, RN, NCSN 
Health Services Coordinator
(816) 877-5338
Saylort@Parkhill.k12.mo.us