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     New York State Requirements for students entering
    Universal Pre-K


     You have 30 days from the first day of school to submit a physical
     exam from your doctor to the Health Office (a physical within the
     past 12 months is acceptable), OR you must call the Health Office
     with a scheduled appointment date


      (Chicken pox vaccine)

      DTaP/DTP/Tdap: 4 DOSES
      (Diptheria Toxoid/ Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis Vaccine)

      IPV: 3 DOSES 
      (Polio vaccine)

      MMR: 1 DOSES EACH of the Measles, Mumps and Rubella
      (Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine)


      HIB: 1 to 4 DOSES
      (Haemophilus influenzae type b conjugate vaccine)

      PCV: 1 to 4 DOSES
      (Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine)

      PCV 13: Preferred vaccine for pneumonia
        LEAD LEVEL

     Usually done at an early age, a Lead Level is required
     (not mandatory), to be submitted to the Health Office within
     3 months from the first day of school. Your doctor should already
     have the results. If not, it is your choice to have your child tested.
     NYS Public Health Law, Article13, Title 10, Section 1370-1376-A,
     wants parents to be informed of the risks of lead.

      A Dental form is required for student's entering Pre-K
    Other Forms you
    will need to

    1) Birth Certificate (copy)
    2) Proof of Residency, such as utility bill, tax receipt, rent receipt.
    3) School provided Home Language Questionnaire Form
    4) School provided Confidential Enrollment Form
    5) School provided Health and Contact Form
    6) School provided Transportation Form
    7) Signed Request for Student Records Form, for transferring students

      Medical exemptions to immunizations must be reissued yearly
    *Students who are not fully immunized must call the health office with an appointment date or they will be
      excluded from school
      Serologic proof of measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, varicella or polio antibodies is acceptable
      proof of immunity
      Diagnosis by a doctor that a child has had varicella is acceptable proof of immunity
      For further information contact: NYS Department of Health, Bureau of Immunization
      A Packet containing these forms to enroll your child is available at the Temple Office 
        OFFICE PHONE: 716-267-3255   HEALTH OFFICE: 716-267-3255   FAX:716-267-9420