Health Assessment Records are required by ALL NEW ENTRANTS to Region 15 which include students entering Pre-K, Kindergarten, or students moving to Region 15 from outside of Connecticut or from another country.
Written results of a Physical Examination that is thirteen (13) months old or less must be presented on the day of entrance along with proof of State required immunizations.
The results MUST be on the State of Connecticut Health Assessment Record form.
The parent side (on the front side of the form) must be filled out and signed by a parent/guardian.
New students MUST submit a copy of their immunizations to the school nurse, prior to entering school.
Details for Health Assessment Record: All * boxes must be completed by the physician including: height, weight, blood pressure, HCT/HGB, gross dental, scoliosis, Tuberculin test (for students coming from ANY another country), vision, and auditory evaluations prior to admission to school. (Please note that vision and auditory screenings will not be done by the school on admission — these should be performed as part of the physical examination.)
Tuberculosis Screen: Students moving into Region 15 from ANY another country need a tuberculosis screening with results interpreted/documented by their physician's office prior to entering the school district. Students traveling outside of the US to high risk areas (even for vacation) will be required to have a TB test with results submitted to the Nurse's Office prior to return to school. Lastly, additional screening may be required according to the Tuberculosis Information. Please contact the Health Office with any questions.
NOTE to 9th Grade Parents: If your child is entering 10th grade, (s)he is required to have a physical on the State of Connecticut Health Assessment Record. The physical MUST be done after July 1 through the tenth grade school year for it to be considered their 10th Grade Physical.
Sports Physicals - Middle & High School only
Physicals are needed if your student is trying out for a sport (they are good for 13 months from the date of the physical.) No student may try out without a valid physical.