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State now requires meningitis vaccination in grades 7, 12
Beginning Sept. 1, 2016, students entering seventh and 12th grades must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease in order to attend school in New York state.

Download a health appraisal form
All pre-K, kindergarten, second, fourth seventh and tenth grade students must have a recent health appraisal form (PDF.) his form is also required for students participating in school sponsored sports, those obtaining working permits and triennially for the Committee on Special Education (CSE.)

New immunization requirements for school entry
With summer vacation fast approaching, now is a good time to make sure your child is up-to-date on his or her immunizations. Download a list of immunization requirements here: english | espaƱol

Enterovirus D68

Enterovirus D68 is a serious respiratory illness that commonly circulates during summer and fall months. EV-D68 is believed to be associated with the common cold, but symptoms can escalate, particularly in children who have pre-existing respiratory conditions such as asthma. Learn more

Seasonal Flu
The seasonal flu is more than a cold. The flu is a contagious illness that affects the nose, throat, lungs and other parts of the body.  Flu viruses are spread mainly from person to person through coughing or sneezing. LEARN MORE

Chickenpox
Chickenpox is a highly contagious illness caused by the varicella-zoster virus (VZV), a type of herpes virus. It is often a mild illness, characterized by an itchy rash on the face, scalp and trunk with pink spots and tiny fluid-filled blisters that dry and become scabs four to five days later. Serious complications, although rare, can occur mainly in infants, adolescents, adults and persons with a weakened immune system. learn more

PRASAD Children's Dental Health Program

Who is eligible to recieve services?
Children ages six months through 18 years of age, who have no dentist. PRASAD CDHP accepts most insurance plans including Medicaid, Delta Dental, Wellcare, Fidelis, MVP, Affinity and Hudson Health Plan. PRASAD also offers a sliding fee for uninsured children. An appointment is required. For more information, please call (845) 434-0376 or (845) 866-4652.

How can I make an appointment?
You can make an appointment anytime by calling 845-434-0376. In addition, Liberty Central District will send application forms home with children before the clinic’s visit. Parents/legal guardians must sign and return the medical history form, showing consent for treatment before their child can be seen in the clinic.

What is the schedule for the mobile dental clinic?
The dental clinic visits Sullivan County schools on a rotating basis. We provided more than 1,400 dental visits last year. It is possible to arrange an appointment when the clinic is not at your local school site or during the school holidays. The clinic is also open during the summer at the main office in Hurleyville.

PRASAD Children's Dental Health Program (PRASAD CDHP) is a program of The PRASAD Project, a philanthropic expression of the SYDA Foundation. PRASAD CDHP provides dental care services and dental health education to children in Sullivan and Ulster counties. For more information, visit www.prasadcdhp.org or call (845) 434-0376.

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Mrs. Linda Shortall
Middle/High School Nurse
Grades 9-12
(845) 292-5400 ext. 2016

 

Mrs. Kathy Zylko
Middle/High School Nurse
Grades 5-8
(845) 292-5400 ext. 2316

 

Mrs. Denise Rydell
Elementary School Nurse
Grades K-4
(845) 292-5400 ext. 2508

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