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RESOURCES FOR TALKING TO CHILDREN ABOUT VIOLENCE

This National Association of School Psychologists website provides tips on how to provide children with a sense of normalcy and security after high profile violent acts.

In addition, the American School Counselor Association website has a resource page dedicated to helping students after a school shooting

National Association of School Psychologists:Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teacher
Printable, translated formats are below:

American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement
The AAP recommends vaccination for all eligible children and adolescents
AAP recommendations
Vaccine and co-administration recommendation
Vaccine testing statement
Why vaccinating kids is so important
Why vaccinating kids is so important
KINDERGARTEN/NEW ELEMENTARY STUDENT HEALTH DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS

Immunization Records/Physical Exams require signature of health care provider

  1. DPT – 5 doses
  2. Polio – 4 doses
  3. Hepatitis B – 3 doses
  4. Measles, Mumps, Rubella – 2 doses
  5. Varicella – 2 doses or a physician certified reliable history of

chickenpox disease

  1. Screening for lead poisoning – after 9 months of age (kindergarten only)
  2. Screening for vision – within the last 6 months (kindergarten only)
  3. Physical exam dated within past 12 months

Please contact Maryanne Auld MSN, RN with any questions or concerns regarding the entrance requirements or health history concerns. 1-781-784-1551, ext. 2010