1 LakeView Technology Academy Parent/Student Newsletter Summer 2013 PARENT/ STUDENT BULLETIN LakeView Technology Academy th Avenue Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin Office: Attendance: Fax: Keep up-to-date with activities and calendars at our website and subscribe to our s that include our daily announcements Bell Schedule Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Block 1 7:20 8:06 Block 2 8:09 8:55 AA 8:58 9:31 Block 3 9:34 10:20 Block 4 10:23 11:09 Block 5/Lunch 11:12 11:58 Block 6/Lunch 12:01 12:47 Block 7/Lunch 12:50 1:36 Block 8/Lunch 1:39 2:36 Professional Period 2:36 3:15 Wednesday Bell Schedule Block 1 7:20 8:06 Block 2 8:09 8:55 Block 3 8:58 9:44 Block 4 9:48 10:34 Block 5/Lunch 10:37 11:23 Block 6/Lunch 11:26 12:12 Block 7/Lunch 12:15 1:01 Block 8/Lunch 1:04 1:50 AA 1:53 2:36 Professional Period 2:36 3:15 From the Principal: Welcome all students, parents, guardians, and families. The Staff of LakeView and I are enthusiastic about the new school year. This is going to be a history making school year. The school has undergone some much needed remodeling with changes to classrooms and labs and most of all a brand new communications system in each classroom. We have added a number of new pieces of equipment to the Technology Education Department. We have converted rooms 109 and 110 into one large classroom to house our Physical Education/Health classes. Yes, we have brought Physical Education/Health back to LakeView and we will be renting facilities at the RecPlex for actual classes. The Principles of Engineering Lab is undergoing some remodeling this summer so it can better serve additional students, and it looks neat, bright, and cheerful. We have made some major changes in Big Blue which will better accommodate our Technology Education classes. The building and grounds have never looked nicer and the addition of new technology will allow us to better prepare your daughter or son to meet the demands of higher education, business, and industry in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The new graduation requirements are fully in effect for all grades levels. Twenty-three credits is the minimum number of credits required for graduation; LakeView encourages all students to earn 28 credits or more since there is no longer a maximum. LakeView has partnered with Harborside Academy for the Fine Arts course offerings and we will transport students from Lakeview after lunch to attend block #8 classes at Harborside. The school day ends at 2:36, Monday through Friday to return to her/his boundary school to be transported home. Students who have a one block release may leave school at 1:36 p.m. if they have their own transportation. The expectations for our students have never been higher, and we will need your support even more than before. LakeView will have approximately 435 students this school year which is thirteen more students than last school year and about 114 female students which is nine more than last school year. LakeView is a demanding high school that prepares students to enter various fields in Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Mathematics. Students select a career path by their sophomore year. The curriculum is geared to prepare students for a marketable skill upon graduation. This takes hard work and patience. We need your support and involvement to help your student focus on being a well-educated, competent, and informed learner. This will require that we work together and support each other. You will always have my and the staffs support and cooperation. In turn, we need your support and cooperation. LakeView is a very successful high school, and our students earn some of the highest Wisconsin Knowledge and Concept Exam (WKCE) scores in the State. Our graduates have earned many recognitions, scholarships, and awards. Your students need to be a part of this success! We will host our first Chat- n- Chew event at LakeView on October 10 th at 6:00 p.m. The theme of the first Chat- n- Chew is How Your Children Can Pay for Your Retirement. Dinner will be served and the neat thing is that it is free. More information will be coming home with your student in September and instructions on how to register for this free event.
2 (Principal message continued) LakeView has experienced much success over the last eleven years. We have grown from 161 students in the 2002/2003 school year to 435 students this school year. LakeView has had to conduct a lottery the past three school years, and had to turn away 41 students in the 2011/2012 school year, 64 students in the 2012/2013 school year and now 89 students for the 2013/2014 school year. Something needs to be done! Thus, we are looking to build on to LakeView for the 2014/2015 school year. Working with Gateway Technical College and KABA (Kenosha Area Business Alliance), we have spent much time this summer designing an approximate 28,000 square foot addition to Lakeview. The comfortable capacity of LakeView is 365 students, and there will be 435 students at LakeView this school year. The proposed addition will take LakeView to a capacity of approximately 650 students. The LakeView building is owned by KABA with KUSD and Gateway paying rent to occupy the building. The proposal being studied would have KABA building the addition with KUSD and Gateway entering into a long term (ten year) lease. All this is tentative at this time. If the addition is successful it will take the cooperation and support of the KABA Board, KUSD School Board, Gateway Board, the electorate of KUSD and the State Technical College Board. The need and demand is present. The question is, do we have the resources to make this happen? We will keep you informed on the progress of the proposal and the need for your support. This will be a challenging year for all of us with the need for our students to be better prepared to enter the work field. The LakeView faculty and staff are committed to maintaining a high level of academic integrity in our instructional programs and service to our students and their families. I want to assure everyone that LakeView will prepare your daughters and sons for the future with an effective and sound educational program. We need your support, and I assure you that you have our support! Registration: Enrollment is now completed online and payment option is also available online. Detailed instructions can be found at To avoid waiting in line, please complete enrollment and payment by noon on August 19 th to ensure confirmation of completion of both steps prior to registration. To access parent connect, a parent connect PIN and password are required. If you do not have this information, please stop in the LakeView office between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday with a picture ID. If you do not have access to a computer, one is available in the LakeView office from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Otherwise, computers will be available at registration to complete the enrollment process (may experience wait times). In addition, everyone will complete the registration process at LakeView on August 20 th from 12:00 noon until 4:00 pm or August 21 st from 3:00-7:00 pm. Make-up registration will be August during the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00 pm. At registration, you will receive transportation information/bus pass and student schedules. Please complete the following enclosed forms, and bring them to registration. If you have questions, please call the office at ) Computer Damage & Vandalism Policy. Please read and discuss this policy; there will be consequences with each violation. You will be held responsible for costs of repair and/or replacement for any vandalism or theft that occurs. 2) Contract of Expectations and Conduct. Please discuss this contract with your student Fee Schedule High School Student Fee (all students) $67.00 Technology Education (all students) $35.00 Parking $50.00 Immunization Law Requirements: Please ensure that your child(ren) is in compliance with the attached Student Immunization Law Age/Grade Requirements for the School Year. Medication Authorization Form: A medication authorization form is enclosed. (This form should be brought on the first day of school by a parent with necessary medication(s), or as needed during the year.) No medications should be brought to school without this form. All medications will be kept in the office. Gear-Up: A reminder to parents who signed their child up for Gearup, the two-day orientation sessions are August 22 nd and 23 rd. Your student will find the program helpful, interesting, rewarding and fun! New Student/Parent Meeting: From 6:00-7:00 p.m. on August 28 th, there will be a meeting for new students and parents/guardians. This is an opportunity to ask any questions prior to the start of the school year, and have transportation questions answered by the District Transportation Officer. First Day of School: School begins at 7:20 a.m. on Tuesday, September 3 rd. School Pictures: Pictures will be taken Wednesday, September 4 th. Picture packets will be available at registration and on September 3 rd.
3 Counselor s Corner: All Kenosha Unified juniors and seniors interested in learning more about the Youth Options Program are invited to attend a fall presentation. This presentation will be held on September 12 th at the Indian Trail Auditorium, th Street, from 6:00 7:30 p.m. Counselors from KUSD high schools and representatives from Gateway Technical College, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and Carthage College will share course information to eligible KUSD students and also work with parents and students so that they understand the policies, procedures and paperwork required for taking Youth Options courses. For more information see your counselor or visit the Youth Options website at /youthoptions/index.html. Student Personal Computer Policy: Students are allowed to bring personal computers only if the Student Personal Computer Policy has been signed by both student and parent/guardian, and returned to Adam Haut at LakeView. Form is included in this packet. A terrific and easy way to raise funds for our school is using a Target Visa or Target Card. Target s Take Charge of Education Program donates a percentage of purchases in the form of a cash donation. It s easy! Just call or visit to designate our school. LakeView s ID number is If you are going to Target, please consider using or registering for a Target Visa or Target Card. Family, alumni, neighbors and friends can take part. Following is the schedule for Evening with the Counselor sessions: September 26 College Application Process November 7 Testing (who, what, when, where, why?) EXPLORE,PSAT,PLAN,ACT and SAT info provided January 16 Financial Aid/Scholarship information (focus on 11/12 th grade) February 13 Academic Programs review, changes and updates (helpful in schedule decisions that students will be making for next year) May 1 - TBA Student Dress Code: Dress for Learning, School Board Policy 5431: The student dress code for the school year will be strictly enforced, beginning the first day of school. We appreciate cooperation of students and parents/guardians. The intent of the policy is to maximize the learning/teaching atmosphere and minimize distractions. Students dressed inappropriately will be given the option to call home for appropriate clothing, or they will be required to purchase attire for $10. If you have any questions regarding the student dress code, please call Mr. Hittman at School ID s: ALL students are required to wear a school ID on a lanyard while at school. ID s and landyards will be given out on September 4 th during pictures. Replacement ID s and lanyards will be available to purchase in the office. Students who forget their ID at home will be given the option to call a parent/guardian to bring the ID to school, otherwise a new ID/lanyard will need to be purchased at that time. There are no exceptions. Replacement ID s cost $1.50 and replacement lanyards $.50 The Kenosha Unified School District No. 1 is an Equal Opportunity Educator/Employer with established policies prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, race, creed, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability or handicap, sexual orientation, or political affiliation in any educational program, activity, or employment in the District. The Superintendent of Schools/designee ( ) addresses questions regarding student discrimination, and the Executive Director of Human Resources ( ) answers questions concerning staff discrimination. El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Kenosha No. 1 es educador/patrón que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades con las políticas establecidas que prohíben la discriminación en base de edad, raza, credo, religión, color, sexo, origen nacional, inhabilidad o desventaja, orientación sexual, o afiliación política en cualquier programa educativo, actividad, o empleo en el distrito. El Superintendente de las escuelas ( ) se dirige a las preguntas referentes a la discriminación del estudiante, y la Directora Ejecutiva de los Recursos Humanos ( ) contesta a preguntas referentes a la discriminación del personal.
4 August Su Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Complete online enrollment and payment by noon 20 Registration/ 12:00 4:00 pm Make-up registration 8:00 am 3:00 pm 21 Registration/ 3:00 7:00 pm 28 Make-up registration 8:00 am 3:00 pm New Student/Parent Information Meeting at 6:00 pm in the Commons 22 Gear-up 9:00 am -12:00 pm 12:30-3:30 pm 23 Gear-up 9:00 am -12:00 pm 12:30-3:30 pm
5 September Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 Labor Day No School First Day of School for Students 3 School Pictures Youth Options Evening with the Counselors 6:00 7:30 pm ITA-Auditorium Sophomore Ring presentation by Josten s, Inc No School Asychronous Learning Senior Portraits with Prestige Sophomore Ring orders/payment with Josten s, Inc Evening w/the Counselor: College Application Process 7:00-8:00 p.m. in the Commons ACT
6 PERSONAL LAPTOP POLICY Attention Parent/Guardian and Student: By signing this form you agree to adhere and abide by the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies listed below. LakeView Technology Academy will not be held accountable for loss, theft, vandalism, or damage to a student s personal device while on campus. Personal devices are not allowed to connect to the KUSD network or internet through any medium, wireless or wired. Devices found connected to the network will be confiscated and BYOD privileges will be revoked. A parent or guardian will be required to pick up the device. Teachers reserve the right to disallow any and all personal devices in their classroom. Any device being used for non-educational purposes during instructional time is subject to confiscation and can result in loss of BYOD privileges. Signing this form validates your understanding and agreement to the policies stated above. STUDENT NAME DATE STUDENT SIGNATURE DATE PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE DATE For LakeView Internal Use HN: W: L: Rev: 9/6/12
7 CONTRACT OF EXPECTATIONS AND CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING LAKEVIEW TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY (LTA) I and do (student name) (parent/guardian name) hereby agree to accept and abide by the following expectations and code of conduct. 1. I am expected to practice personal integrity, not speak negatively about someone in her/his absence, at all times while a student at LTA. 2. I am expected to complete my assignments in a timely and accurate fashion. 3. I am expected to put forth my best effort as I pursue my technical education. 4. I am expected to strive to continually challenge myself to be competent in the technical field I choose to pursue. 5. I am expected to be respectful of my teachers, other staff, fellow students, and facilities at all times. 6. I, as a parent of a LTA student, will help my student to carry out the above five expectations. 7. I, as a parent of an LTA student, will work with the faculty and staff in their decisions regarding my student s education. If I have a difference of opinion, I will communicate it in a manner that will be respectful of the LTA staff. 8. I, as well as the LTA staff, will take responsibility to communicate, thus I will always take the initiative to communicate regardless the situation. 9. I, as a parent of a LTA student, will attend at least one parent/teacher conference per year. 10. I, as a parent of a LTA student, will attend one Evening with the Counselor presentations per year. Signed this day of, 2013 (student signature) (parent/guardian signature) (parent/guardian signature)
8 Dear Parents/Guardians: Computer Damage & Vandalism Policies LakeView Technology Academy The following policies are in effect immediately: NO music or game playing is allowed unless approved by the teacher. NO food or drinks are allowed in any computer lab. NO use of the internet will be allowed without teacher approval. NO student is allowed to be unattended in any computer lab. NO student is allowed to use any personal electronic device to access the school s network. NO unauthorized programs are allowed on a school computer ALL personal external storage devices (flash drives, external hard drives, etc.) are to be used for educational purposes only. ALL personal external storage devices are subject to random searches for threats to the school network. Acts of vandalism or failure to follow these rules will result in loss of computer privileges and/or the following consequences. Written warning Loss of computer privileges In school suspension One to three day out of school suspension Transfer to boundary school Criminal charges This form must be signed by parent(s)/guardian(s) and returned at registration before student will be allowed personal computer privileges. By signing and dating this form, you understand the above information you have read. You will be held responsible for cost and/or repairs and/or replacement for any vandalism or theft that occurs. Student Name (Please Print) Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date REV: 07/12
11 KENOSHA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 MEDICATION AUTHORIZATION FORM SCHOOL NAME: PHONE: FAX: ONE MEDICATION PER FORM Prescription Medication: Health Care Provider to complete. Health Care Provider signature required. Parent/Guardian signature required. Non-Prescription Medication: Parent/Guardian to complete. Parent/Guardian signature required. Medication to be administered as directed. Student Name: DOB: / / Medication: Dosage: Route: Time(s) Administered: Reason for Medication: Student may carry medication for Emergency purposes: Yes No Additional directions/symptoms: Health Care Provider Signature: Date: / / Health Care Provider Name (Please Print): Address: Phone: Fax: NOTE: Parent/Guardian signature permits designated school staff to dispense medication to the above student and to contact the health care provider at any time with questions or concerns related to this student s medical condition and medication. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / Parent/Guardian Name (Please Print): Daytime Phone Number: CRITERIA FOR DISPENSING MEDICATION 1. Authorization: Students requiring medication at school, including herbal and vitamin supplements, shall provide a completed Medication Authorization Form. Prescription medications require a signature from both a health care provider and parent/guardian. Non-prescription medications require the parent/guardian signature. The parents must notify the school when the drug is discontinued or for any changes. An updated medication authorization form is required for all changes in medication, dosage, or administration time. All medication authorization forms must be renewed annually. All unclaimed medication at the end of the school year will be disposed of per policy. 2. Container: All medication must be supplied in the original container. Prescription medications require the pharmacy label. Non-prescription medication must be in the original container with the directions on the container including student name. All medication shall be kept in a locked cabinet. 3. Delivery to School: It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to provide and deliver to the school all authorized medication and replace expired medication. Hedata\Clerical\Nursing\forms\kusd med authorization form /17/2011 rcc
12 COUNTY OF KENOSHA Department of Human Services John Jansen, Director EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013 KENOSHA COUNTY DIVISION OF HEALTH IMMUNIZATION SERVICES Immunizations for Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertusis (Whooping Cough), Polio, Rubella, Measles, Mumps, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Pneumococcal, Hib, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), Meningitis and Rotavirus will be given at the following locations and times: Kenosha County Job Center Kenosha County Center 8600 Sheridan Rd. Hwy 45 & 50 Kenosha, WI Bristol, WI Monday thru Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. CLOSED 12:00. 1:00 p.m. Tuesday 1:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Thursday 7:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. CLOSED FRIDAYS Wellness Center Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agency rd Street Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Wednesday & Friday 8:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. (noon) & 12:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Third Saturday of each month 9:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Cynthia Johnson, Director, Health Officer Division of Health Services Job Center / Human Services Building 8600 Sheridan Road, Suite 600 Kenosha, WI Phone (262) Fax: (262) Sheridan Rd., Suite 600 Kenosha, WI Phone: (262) Fax: (262) Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If someone other than a parent or legal guardian is bringing a child under 18 years of age to the clinic, the Immunization Permission form AND the Vaccination Administration Record must be filled out by the parent ahead of time. PLEASE BRING YOUR CHILD'S IMMUNIZATION RECORDS NO RECORDS - NO IMMUNIZATIONS. Fees based on sliding fee scale, mínimum $12.00 administration fee per immunization is requested at time of service. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: or Or Visit our website for further details and to download forms Ask us about Dental Fluoride Varnishing at your next visit! Dental varnishing is a fluoride application that is painted on the teeth with a brush, up to four times per year. Fluoride can help prevent cavities from forming on teeth and is available for children 6 months through 18 years. Fees based on sliding fee scale, minimum $20.00 fee requested at time of application, BadgerCare is accepted. Hedata/NOD/NOD Flyers/ / imm sch eng-spanish & dntl vrnsh info Rev. 01/31/13 nlr
13 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES Division of Public Health P (Rev. 07/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN s , Wis. Stats. STUDENT IMMUNIZATION LAW AGE/GRADE REQUIREMENTS SCHOOL YEAR The following are the minimum required immunizations for each age/grade level. It is not a recommended immunization schedule for infants and preschoolers. For that schedule, contact your doctor or local health department. Age/Grade Number of Doses Pre K (2 yrs through 4 yrs) 4 DTP/DTaP/DT 2 3 Polio 3 Hep B 1 MMR 5 1 Var 6 Grades K through 5 4 DTP/DTaP/DT/Td 1,2 4 Polio 4 3 Hep B 2 MMR 5 2 Var 6 Grades 6 through 12 4 DTP/DTaP/DT/Td 2 1 Tdap 3 4 Polio 4 3 Hep B 2 MMR 5 2 Var 6 1. DTP/DTaP/DT vaccine for children entering Kindergarten: Your child must have received one dose after the 4 th birthday (either the 3 rd, 4 th, or 5 th dose) to be compliant. (Note: a dose 4 days or less before the 4th birthday is also acceptable). 2. DTP/DTaP/DT/Td vaccine for students entering Pre K and grades 1 through 12: Four doses are required. However, if your child received the 3 rd dose after the 4 th birthday, further doses are not required. (Note: a dose 4 days or less before the 4th birthday is also acceptable). 3. Tdap means adolescent tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis vaccine. If your child received a dose of a tetanus-containing vaccine, such as Td, within 5 years of entering the grade in which Tdap is required, your child is compliant and a dose of Tdap vaccine is not required. 4. Polio vaccine for students entering grades Kindergarten through 12: Four doses are required. However, if your child received the 3 rd dose after the 4 th birthday, further doses are not required. (Note: a dose 4 days or less before the 4 th birthday is also acceptable). 5. The first dose of MMR vaccine must have been received on or after the first birthday (Note: a dose 4 days or less before the 1 st birthday is also acceptable). 6. Var means Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine. A history of chickenpox disease is also acceptable.
14 COUNTY OF KENOSHA Department of Human Services John Jansen, Director EFFECTIVO JENERO 2013 Cynthia Johnson, Director, Health Officer Division of Health Services Job Center / Human Services Building 8600 Sheridan Road, Suite 600 Kenosha, WI Phone (262) Fax: (262) DEPARTAMENTO DE SALUD DEL CONDADO DE KENOSHA SERVICIOS DE VACUNACIÓN Vacunación para Difteria, Tétano, Tos ferina, Polio, Sarampión, Rubéola, Paperas, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Varicela, Neumocócica, HIB, Virus del Papiloma Humano (HPV), Meningitis y Rotavirus serán dadas en los siguientes locales y horas: Kenosha County Job Center Kenosha County Center 8600 Sheridan Rd. Hwy 45 & 50 Kenosha, WI Bristol, WI Lunes a Viernes 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Lunes 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CERRADO 12:00. 1:00 p.m. Martes 1:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Miércoles 7:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Jueves 7:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. CERRADO VIERNES Centro de Salud Agencia de Acción Comunitaria de Racine/Kenosha rd Street Martes 9:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Miércoles y Viernes 8:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. & 12:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. El tercer Sábado de Cada mes de 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Los niños tendrán que ser acompañados por uno de sus padres o un tutor legal. Si alguien diferente a los padres, traerá a la clínica a un niño menor de 18 años, un Formato de Permiso Y el Registro de Administración de Vacunas deberán ser llenados por los padres con anterioridad. FAVOR TRAER LAS CARTILLAS DE VACUNAS DE SUS HIJOS. NO CARTILLA, NO VACUNAS Los pagos son basados en una escala proporcional de pago, un pago mínimo de $12 de cobro de administración por vacuna se pide al tiempo del servicio. PARA MAYOR INFORMACIÓN LLAME: o O Visite nuestra página de internet para más detalles y para descargar formatos En su próxima visita pregúntenos acerca del Barnizado Dental de Fluoruro! El Barnizado dental es una aplicación de fluoruro que es pintada sobre los dientes con un cepillo, hasta cuatro veces por año. El fluoruro puede ayudar a prevenir la formación de caries en los dientes y está disponible para niños de 6 meses a 18 años de edad Pagos basados en una escala proporcional, mínimo de $20.00 se pide al tiempo de la aplicación, se acepta BadgerCare. Hedata/NOD/NOD Flyers/ / imm sch eng-spanish & dntl vrnsh info Rev. 01/31/13 nlr
15 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES Division of Public Health P-44021S (Rev. 07/12) STATE OF WISCONSIN s , Wis. Stats. LEY DE VACUNACIÓN PARA ESTUDIANTES REQUISITOS SEGUN EDAD/GRADO AÑO ESCOLAR Las siguientes son las vacunas mínimas que se requieren para cada nivel de edad/grado. Este no es un programa de vacunas recomendado para bebés y niños de edad preescolar. Para ese programa, consulte a su médico o al departamento de salud local. Edad/Grado Número de Dosis Pre Kinder (2 a 4 años) 4 DTP/DTaP/DT 2 3 Polio 3 Hep B 1 MMR 5 1 Var 6 Grado K a 5 4 DTP/DTaP/DT/Td 1,2 4 Polio 4 3 Hep B 2 MMR 5 2 Var 6 Grado 6 a 12 4 DTP/DTaP/DT/Td 2 1 Tdap 3 4 Polio 4 3 Hep B 2 MMR 5 2 Var 6 1. DTP/DTaP/DT vacuna para los niños que ingresan a Kindergarten: Su hijo(a) debe haber recibido una dosis después de cumplir 4 años (ya sea en el 3er., 4to. o 5to. dosis) para ser aceptado. (Nota: es aceptable una dosis 4 días antes o al cumplir 4 años). 2. DTP/DTaP/DT/Td vacuna para estudiantes que ingresan a grados 1 al 12: Se requieren 4 dosis. Pero, si su hijo(a) recibió la 3ra. dosis después de cumplir 4 años, no necesita dosis adicionales. (Nota: Es aceptable una dosis 4 días antes o al cumplir 4 años). 3. Tdap es la vacuna antitetánica, antidiftérica y antitosferínica acelular, recomendada para los adolescents. Si su hijo(a) ha recibido una dosis de una vacuna antitetánica o antidiftérica como la vacuna Td en los últimos 5 años, no es necesaria la vacuna Tdap. 4. La vacuna antipoliomelítica para estudiantes que ingresan a los grados Kindergarten a 12: Se requieren 4 dosis. Pero, si su hijo(a) recibió la 3ra. dosis después de cumplir 4 años, no necesita dosis adicionales. (Nota: Es aceptable una dosis 4 días antes o al cumplir 4 años). 5. La primera dosis de la vacuna MMR debe recibirse al cumplir un año o después de un año de edad. (Nota: Es aceptable una dosis 4 días antes de cumplir un año). 6. Var se refiere a la vacuna contra la varicela (viruelas locas). También se acepta si ha tenido la varicela.
16 Why wait? No Appointment Needed! $25 Sports Physical Monday-Friday 8am-7pm Saturday 10am-3pm Closed all day Sunday and Friday between 12pm-2pm Kenosha Urgicare 6430 Green Bay Rd #104 Kenosha, WI Phone: Fax: Services offered: Common adult and children illnesses Colds Sore Throat Ear Infections Fevers Urinary Tract Infections Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea Allergies Skin rashes Minor cuts and burns Bruises Sprains/Strains Fractures Abdominal pain School physicals Minor procedures -Sutures/ Incision and drainage Occupational medicine Work injuries Work physicals Drug testing Onsite X-ray Onsite Lab- Limited point of care testing AND MUCH MORE!!
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