Park View School has a health office staffed by an RN who is available to provide needed first aid, administer daily physician-prescribed medication, and support student health plans. Lead nurse, Mrs. Annie Byrne, 847-965-6200 x4268, oversees all health services.
EACH YEAR, TAKE ACTION
Every year, before the first day of student attendance, parents should provide the following updated information to the school nurse:
- Allergy history
- Emergency care plan
- Permission to administer medication forms
They also should bring the nurse at least one up-to-date Epi-pen and any other medications the student needs at school to manage his/her health conditions
Health Requirements by Grade
- Illinois State Board of Education Guidelines for Managing Life-Threatening Food Allergies in Illinois Schools
- Center For Disease Control Head Lice Guidelines
The Youth Sports Concussion Act (Public Act 099-0245)
The Youth Sports Concussion Act was signed into law on August 3rd, 2015. The legislation focuses primarily on concussion management at the middle school and high school levels.
MGSD 70 has updated its school code in compliance with this law, including the formation of a Concussion Oversight Team (COT). The COT’s primary function is to develop return-to-play and return-to-learn protocols for students believed to have experienced a concussion.
If your child has experienced a concussion, please contact the school nurse immediately.
More information on The Youth Sports Concussion Act:
- Minimum Immunization Requirements
- 2018-2019 Student Health Data - Immunizations
- Flu Guide for Parents
- Permission to Administer Medication Form
- Whooping Cough Notice
- Certificate of Child Health Exam
- Dental Exam
- Eye Exam
- Middle School Athletic Consent and Physical Form
Includes concussion information
- Food Allergy Emergency Care Plan
- Religious Exemption Form
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