• Name:  Pansy King
    Email Address: pking@wfisd.net
    Phone number:940-235-1084 ext. 32009



    8th - 10th Grade

     

     

    • DTaP - 3 doses, including one on or after 4th birthday** AND Tdap/Td* booster - 1 dose within last 10 years 

       

    • Polio - 4 doses, including one received on or after the 4th birthday**(unless 3rd dose was on or after the 4th birthday**, then 3 doses meets requirement)

       

    • MMR - 2 doses,*** first dose must be received on or after the 1st birthday** and at least 28 days apart

       

    • Hepatitis B - 3 doses 

       

    • Varicella - 2 doses, if the child has not had chickenpox. The first dose must be received on or after the 1st birthday**

       

    • Meningococcal - 1 dose 

       

     

     

     

    11th - 12th Grades

     

     

    • DTaP - 3 doses, including one on or after 4th birthday** AND Tdap/Td* booster - 1 dose within last 10 years 

       

    • Polio - 4 doses, including one received on or after the 4th birthday** (unless 3rd dose was on or after the 4th birthday**, then 3 doses meets requirement)

       

    • MMR - 2 doses,*** first dose must be received on or after the 1st birthday** and at least 28 days apart

       

    • Hepatitis B - 3 doses 

       

    • Varicella - 1 dose, if the child has not had chickenpox. The first dose must be received on or after the 1st birthday**. 2 doses are required if the 1st dose was received on or after the age of 13 years.

       

     

     

     

    * Td is acceptable in place of Tdap IF a medical contraindication to pertussis exists

     

     

    ** Receipt of the dose up to (and including) 4 days before the birthday will satisfy the school entry requirement.

     

     


     



    The school clinic will not administer any medication (over the counter or prescription) without a medication form on file at school. If  the student specifically uses an inhaler, nebulizer or must be given a treatment for emergency health episodes, additional forms must be completed and signed by both doctor and parent. These forms are available in the school clinic/office, or your doctor may have a copy of  the forms.  Students should not bring any medication to school.  Parents/Guardians need to bring and pick up all medications for legal reasons.  It is against school policy for students to carry any medication with them unless specifically stated by the physician as an emergency measure.  In this case the completed medication form must be on file, indication this emergency exception.  All other medication must be kept locked in the school clinic/office.  When a student is found with medication in his/her possession without the completed medication form on file at school, the medication will be locked  in the clinic /office.  The parent is notified so arrangements can be made to secure the appropriate medication forms, completed and signed by the doctor and parent.

    · Please make sure the nurse has your most current shot record on file.  If you received any shots or boosters this summer the nurse will need a copy of your updated shot record.