We are happy to announce that Hinsdale South students will have an opportunity to participate in a mobile Dental Care Program brought to our school by the Dupage County Health Department. The program brings locally licensed dentists and hygienists, on-site, who employ the latest technology in portable equipment.
Click HERE for the required Dental Form. Return to Health Office/Nurse's Office.
Health Office: 630-468-4595
Vision and hearing screenings will be performed, as mandated, for the following students: teacher referral, transfer students new to the State of Illinois and Special Education students. These screenings will take place in February or March. Vision screening is not a substitute for a complete eye and vision evaluation by a doctor. Your child is not required to undergo this vision screening if an optometrist or ophthamologist has completed and signed a report indicating that an examination has been administered within the previous 12 months.
A physical examination is required for entrance into ninth grade (all Freshmen) and/or when transferring from an out of state school. The Health History portion of the physical examination form must be completed and signed by the parent in order for the physical to be valid.
The State of Illinois requires that all students entering school for the first time from out of state shall have a physical examination before October 15 of the year of the required exam or within 30 days of enrollment for new students from out of state.
The exam must be dated within one year prior to the date the student enters school.
Physical Examinations may be acquired through your primary medical provider. If you do not have a primary medical provider, you may contact the Dupage County Health Department for referrals to local health clinics that provide such services.
Please see Certificate of Health under Health Forms for proper entrance form.
The athletic physical assessment does not meet the 9th grade physical exam requirement.
In accordance with Illinois Public Act 097-0910, District 86 are required to submit data to the State of Illinois on an annual basis. These reports summarize compliance data related to mandated immunizations and physical examinations.
Students CANNOT register unless fully compliant with state vaccine mandates.
Minimum Immunization Requirements Grades 6-12th:
♦ Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus: 3 or more doses of DPT/DtaP, with the last dose qualifying as a booster and received on or after the 4th birthday. Any student entering 6th through 12th grade is required to show proof of receiving one dose of Tdap (defined as tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis) vaccine regardless of the interval since the last DTap, DT, or Td dose.
♦Polio:3 or more doses of the same type of polio vaccine with the last dose qualifying as a booster and received on or after the 4th birthday.
♦MMR: 2 doses with the first dose received on or after the 1st birthday; second dose no less than 28 days later.
♦Hepatitis B: 3 doses received at proper intervals.
♦Varicella (chicken pox): 2 doses of varicella is required for students entering the 9th grade, or a physician's statement verifying disease history, or laboratory evidence of varicella immunity.
♦Meningococcal: Any child entering the 12th grade shall show proof of having received one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine on or after the 10th birthday, and the second dose shall have been received at least eight weeks after the first dose. If the first dose is administered when the child is 16 years of age or older, only one dose is required.
Please see IDPH Immunization Required for School.
Student may only attend classes if the student provides proof that an appointment to receive the immunization has been scheduled.