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  • Back to school information 2021-2022

    MASCONOMET REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HEALTH SERVICES INFORMATION The Masconomet nurses would like to bring parents and students up to date on important information for the return to school in September. The school nurses return with faculty on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 and can be reached at x11011(HS) or x20031(MS). For more information, please visit Health Services under District Offices on the Masconomet home page. NEW STUDENTS: Medical records from the student’s previous school must be presented to the school nurse prior to entry. Up to date immunizations and documentation of Tuberculosis Risk Assessment (both as outlined below), as well as a physical examination within one year of entrance are required before your student attends classes. Your child may be excluded from school if you do not provide this documentation. SPORTS PHYSICALS: Any student playing a fall sport must have a physical examination within 13 months prior to the start of try-outs. In order to participate in practice, documentation of the physical must be in the school 24 hours prior to the start of try-outs in August. Try-out dates can be found on the Masconomet website. This is a ruling of the MIAA (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association) Sports Medical Committee and there will be NO EXCEPTIONS. MEDICATIONS: All medications (short-term or long-term) must be in a pharmacy or manufacturer-labeled container with appropriate forms filled out (including physician signature). These forms are available on the Health Services website for your convenience. A parent, guardian or parent/guardian designated adult is responsible for delivering all medications to the school nurse. No more than a thirty (30) day supply of the medication shall be stored at the school. No student is allowed to carry any medication on their person with the exception of insulin, asthma inhalers, pancreatic enzymes and Epinephrine auto-injectors. STUDENTS WITH ASTHMA, SEVERE ALLERGIES OR OTHER CHRONI

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    This course was designed by researchers at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development in partnership with Medway Public Schools.

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  • FLu vaccine no longer required for students

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  • FDA is alerting patients and caregivers to immediately inspect certain lots of Amneal and Impax epinephrine auto-injector

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  • COVID-19

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    Information from the Center for Disease Control

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