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State requires immunizations to attend school

Illinois law [105 ILCS 5/27-8.1] requires schools to exclude students from school until they present proof of meeting the health exam and immunization requirements. Children entering sixth and ninth grades were given a physical examination form and their immunization records prior to the end of school this year.  . . .

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Health Forms and Emergency Action Plans

Health requirements for Mattoon Community Unit School District 2 It’s not too early to make sure your child is up to date with their health exams and immunizations for the upcoming school year.  Children entering the Mattoon school system for the first time or advancing to certain grade levels must provide proof of . . .

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Immunization data available at ISBE

Mattoon school district's annual immunization data is available by contacting the Illinois State Board of Education.

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Meningococcal vaccination is required

As of the 2016 – 2017, students entering the 12th grade are required by Illinois Department of Public Health to have a Meningococcal Vaccination. Meningitis is a serious and possibly fatal bacterial infection that most often cause . . . read more

Tips for parents whose children receive medications

Here are ways you can help the school nurse if your child receives medication at school: •Ask the doctor to write an order if medication is being changed or discontinued. Give the order to the nurse. •Sign the school medication . . . read more

Norovirus Information

This is to provide guidance concerning a virus that affects the gastrointestinal system (stomach and intestines).  The virus is called Norovirus and it affects the intestinal tract causing illness.  Symptoms of Norovirus illness are . . . read more

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Mattoon Community Unit School District 21701 Charleston AvenueMattoon, IL  61938

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