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Marion School District Health and Wellness



Parents and Guardians,
Please read over the required immunizations for the state of Arkansas.
We ask that you please take your child to their doctor over the summer and make sure they have
the required immunizations  before the beginning of school on August 17, 2015.  Be sure to bring
an updated shot record and give it to your child's school nurse on the first day of school.
Thank you for your cooperation!

Kindergarten & 1st grade - 1 dose of Hepatitis A

All students Kindergarten through 12th grade must have 3 doses of Polio
with the last dose after their 4 year old birthday

All students that are 10 years old (as of September 1st each year)
must have 1 dose of Tdap

All students entering the 7th grade must have 1 dose of Meningococcal and a
second dose at the age of 16 years (as of September 1st each year); however, if
the first dose of Meningococcal is administered at age 16, a second dose is not required.

All students Kindergarten through 12th grade must have 2 doses of Varicella.
(Notes from parents on history of disease are not accepted, must be from a physician, ANP, etc.)


We would like to remind all parents that the last day of school
for students is June 2nd.  We ask that any and all medications
that your child may have at school be picked up on your child's last day of school.

 Medications (inhalers, Epi-Pens, Tylenol, Ibuprofen, etc.)
will not be sent home with any student.

Any and all medications left at school after June 5th will be disposed of.

*Posted April 21, 2015

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School is almost over and summer will be here before we know it.  
Which means children will be spending a lot of time out doors swimming, biking, hiking and just having fun in general.

Check out the links below for some good advice on summer safety.

We hope everyone has a wonderful and safe summer!!!


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Vision and hearing screenings were done in the fall.
We ask that if your child failed either screening, you take
them to their eye doctor/doctor for a check up.

If you are unable to find the referral that was sent to you last fall,
the nurse at your child's campus will be happy to give you another copy
so that you may take it with you to the doctor's office.

Please have your child's doctor fill out and sign the referral and
send it back to your school nurse as soon as possible.

Your prompt attention to this matter is appreciated!!
March 31, 2015

  Please Remember that all schools
   in the Marion School district are


MSD Flu Prevention Plan
Clink link below for the preventative actions being taken by the Marion School District to prevent the spread of the flu to our students.
Flu Prevention Plan
Asthma Information
Information concerning asthma
Asthma Information
We are a Peanut Free School District
All schools in the Marion School District are PEANUT FREE. If you are asked by your child's teacher to send snacks or candies for a classroom party, please remember that we will not accept any food item that contains or may contain peanuts/nuts. PLEASE READ ALL LABELS CAREFULLY!
Click the link below for a safe food list of PEANUT FREE foods.
Peanut Free Foods
Last Modified: May 28, 2015
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