Immunization requirements for all grades
Immunization requirements and recommendations for the school year are based on the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations and the consensus of the Governor’s Child Health Advisory Committee Immunization Workgroup.

K.A.R. 28-1-20 defines immunizations required for any individual who attends school or early childhood programs operated by a school.

Efforts by schools have been central to the success of public health efforts in eliminating vaccine preventable diseases and protecting their students and families.
The following policy has been approved by the Clearwater Board of Education to ensure our district is compliant with state laws:


Student forms for Sports/Competitions

Students in grades 7-12 who participate in Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) athletics, spirit or spirit competitions groups must have a physical completed each year. This form must be completed by a practicing physician or registered physician's assistant. KSHSAA Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation form

Health Assessment/School Physicals
As required by Kansas law, all students up to the age of nine must have on file a completed health assessment (physical) form. The assessment may be completed by a physician or by a nurse certified by the KSDE. Failure to comply with this policy will result in the student being excluded from school until compliance is achieved. Exemptions under this policy may be obtained by a written statement signed by one parent/guardian that the student is adherent of a religious denomination whose teachings are opposed to such assessments.  (See below in student health forms)

New Kindergarten Students
We are pleased to welcome our newest learners! To help us be compliant with state laws there is a checklist for parents to complete. Please click on this link to download the checklist and any need forms to complete. We look forward to caring for your student this coming fall. (See below in student health forms)

Nurses Corner

  • ROUTINE SCREENINGS Vision - vision screenings are provided for all students during the first year after their admission and not less than once every two years thereafter. This screening is performed by the ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2016, 10:31 AM by Michael Doud
  • ALLERGIES Students with food allergies that require food substitution will need to have form 19 B completed by their physician prior every year. (See below in student health forms)Questions about ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2016, 10:31 AM by Michael Doud
  • MEDICATIONS AT SCHOOL Students with prescription medication must be administered through the school’s nurses office under the supervision of the school nurse and are to be brought to school by the parent ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2016, 10:32 AM by Michael Doud
  • ILLNESS: WHEN TO KEEP YOUR CHILD HOME Students who are ill should never be sent to school. Students with temperatures at or above 100 degrees will be sent home. They must be fever free for 24 hours ...
    Posted Oct 27, 2016, 6:14 AM by Ken Clay
  • SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS Please communicate with your School Nurse to let them know about any health concerns that would impact your child's learning or safety at school. With input from you, your ...
    Posted Jun 16, 2016, 10:33 AM by Michael Doud
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