Incoming Freshman Class of 2022
For safety reasons, freshman physical exams and immunization records need to be submitted to the LFHS nurse's office by the first day of school. In addition, all new students to Lake Forest High School District 115 will be required to present proof that an eye examination was performed within the previous year by October 15 of their registration year.
Please make sure your freshman student's physical and immunizations are up to date and submitted to the nurse's office by Wednesday, August 1, 2018.All medical and health related forms can be mailed in, faxed to 847-810-1399, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org turned in directly at the high school.
DO NOT TURN INCOMING FRESHMAN PHYSICALS INTO THE ATHLETIC OFFICE. The Health Office will forward a list of all compliant students to the Athletic Office in time for the first day of sports.
Class of 2019 - Get Your Required Meningitis Vaccine!
Important Vaccination Requirement! – For safety reasons, senior class meningitis vaccine records need to be submitted to the LFHS nurse's office by the first day of school.New state regulation requires all students entering 12th grade must show proof of receiving two doses of Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine (MCV4).If the first dose is administered when the child is 16 years of age or older, then only one dose is required.
Please make sure your senior student's vaccines are up to date and submitted to the nurse's office by Wednesday, August 1, 2018.Forms can be mailed in, faxed to 847-810-1399, emailed to email@example.com or turned in directly at the high school.
Students with Seizures, Severe Allergies or Asthma
As a parent or guardian, you are responsible for informing the Health Office if your child has seizures, allergies or asthma. By law, we are required to have an annual Seizure/Allergy/Asthma Action Plan that is signed by a physician on file with the Health Office.This will include the appropriate prescriptions your student will be allowed to take at school.Your student will be permitted to carry an Epi-Pen and inhalers with them, provided the aforementioned forms are submitted.
Reminder! The Medication Authorization Form must be turned in annually and is necessary if you anticipate your child will need any prescription or non-prescription medication (e.g. Tylenol, Ibuprofen) during the school day. The form is signed by both a physician and a parent.No medication may be dispensed without this authorization on file. If you need a copy, this form can be downloaded from the LFHS web page under Student Services/Health Services.
Please direct any Health Office questions to Nurse Diane Bower, R.N. at firstname.lastname@example.org.