1 LakeView Technology Academy Parent/Student Newsletter Summer 2015 PARENT/ STUDENT BULLETIN LakeView Technology Academy, th Avenue, Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin Attendance: Office: Fax: Keep up-to-date with activities and calendars at and subscribe to s that include LakeView s daily announcements From the Principal: Lakeview-Getting Bigger and Better LakeView Technology Academy will open the 2015/2016 school year a bit bigger than last school year. As of now, LakeView will have about 448 students on opening day compared to 432 students on opening day last year. LakeView is built to accommodate 365 students. The overcrowding comes from the tremendous demand of students who want to attend LakeView which meet all the entrance requirements. There still are 76 students on the freshmen waitlist, 52 on the sophomore waitlist, and 41 students on the junior waitlist. As one can see, students interested in attending an award-winning technical high school that prepares students to enter the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, is growing. Even though LakeView is overcrowded, the quality of instructional programs is strong and getting stronger. LakeView was selected by US News and World Report, for the third year in a row, as one of America's Best Small Technical High Schools! The issue of overcrowding will be addressed later in this newsletter. LakeView is getting better in a number of ways. We have added two "top notch" teachers who will bring high quality teaching to our students and form the partnership with parents and guardians that every family deserves. The names and qualifications of the new faculty will be presented in our Fall newsletter. This summer full walls are being installed throughout the school giving each classroom privacy and an improved atmosphere for learning. We want to thank the Facilities Department of the Educational Support Center for the outstanding work they always do. LakeView received an Electron Emitting Microscope (EEM) which was awarded through the Palmer Foundation with a $77,000 grant. This piece of equipment is being worked into all science and technology curriculums. The use of this piece of equipment is being offered to the other KUSD and private high schools, Gateway, Parkside, Carthage, and businesses in the LakeView, Kenosha, and Somers Industrial Parks. This EEM will allow our students to delve deeper and with more understanding into all STEM fields. The Palmer Foundation has been and continues to be a strong partner with LakeView. The computer labs are getting new computers and upgrades in software. The other visible improvements, besides the walls, will occur in the technology labs. LakeView, with the help of Gateway and federal dollars, is getting a computer numerical controlled (CNC) milling machine and lathe so our students will develop CNC operational skills. These are skills that business and industry are crying for in a big way. LakeView has also obtained more 3-dimenional printers, a machining router, and fabricating equipment that will enhance its Associate Degree and Bachelor's Degree technology and preengineering programs. There will also be room rearrangements and modifications that will make LakeView a more efficient and effective educational facility. Our students, staff, and families will be pleasantly surprised by the improvements, and 2015/2016 will be a very interesting year for all who are a part of LakeView! An Opportunity to Serve and Make-a-difference! Principal/Director William R. Hittman is forming a "LakeView Parent-Business Community Partnership Committee" with the purpose of helping guide, educate, and support the mission of LakeView Technology Academy. This Committee will be composed of three parent representatives from each grade, a representative from Gateway, Parkside, Carthage, Kenosha Area Business Alliance, and the Chamber of Commerce. The Committee will meet once a month to address the topics of partnerships with families, businesses, higher education, and accessibility as it applies to LakeView. A formal invitation to participate will be sent home in August to
2 each LakeView student and her/his family with an application and a description of the selection process if there are more people who want to serve than openings. An invitation to serve will also be sent to the identified other partners. Back in 1995/1996 school year, LakeView had an Advisory Committee which operated until the 2005/2006 school year. It is time to bring back that Committee and expand the scope of its focus. Please, if you have a passion to serve and make a difference, please give some thought to being a member of the "LakeView Parent-Business Community Partnership Committee." Online Enrollment: Online enrollment of all students is required using Infinite Campus. At this time the portal is currently open to enroll your students. Please visit the KUSD website at to access the Infinite Campus Portal. Infinite Campus works best with Google Chrome and Firefox. In order to complete the online registration you will need to allow pop-ups or disable the pop-up blocker in your browser. Student Fees: After you submit your online application, please pay your fees using the payment center also found in the Parent Information tab on the KUSD website at https://kenosha.revtrak.net/tek9.asp Following are the fees: High School Student Fee (all students) $67.00 Technology Education (all students) $35.00 Parking (required for all student drivers) $50.00 If you pay for a parking permit online, please complete the parking registration form included in this newsletter and bring it to registration to receive your permit. Also included is a required student transportation agreement if a student will be driving to/from other school district events. August 18, 12:00-4:00 p.m. August 19, 3:00-7:00 p.m. To finalize registration please attend one of the sessions above. At registration student schedules and transportation information will be distributed. Completing the online enrollment and fee payments beforehand will greatly reduce wait time during on-site building registration. If you are unable to complete the online enrollment prior to registration, computer stations will be available during registration. Make-up registration will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. August th, if you are unable to attend the scheduled registration sessions,. Enclosed are two forms for all LakeView students and their parent/guardian. Please bring the completed forms 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. 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 if needed. This form must be brought to the office by a parent with necessary medication(s) on the first day medication(s) needs to be administered. Medications can only be brought to school by a parent/guardian. All medication will be kept in the office. Prescription medication also requires a health care provider signature. Medications ordered to be taken daily in the morning are to be given at home before coming to school. Gear-Up: A reminder to parents who signed their child up for Gear-up, the two-day orientation sessions are August 20 th and 21 st. Your student will find the program helpful, interesting, rewarding and fun! First Day of School: School begins at 7:19 a.m. on Tuesday, September 1 st. School Pictures: Pictures will be taken Wednesday, September 2 nd beginning at 7:30 a.m. Picture packets will be available at registration and September 2 nd. School ID s: ALL students are required to have a school ID while at school. ID s and lanyards will be handed-out September 2 nd when students have their picture taken.
3 Replacement IDs and lanyards will be available to purchase in the office. ID s cost $1.50 and replacement lanyards $.50. 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. The policy was updated in August 2014, Please take a moment to review with your student(s). We appreciate the 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, please contact Mr. Hittman. Student Personal Computer Policy: Students planning to use personal laptops at LakeView for the school year will need to have it approved first. (Please note that prior approvals do not qualify your device for the current school year.) You must submit a permission form signed by your parent/guardian and present your device for recording and tagging. Student devices are not allowed on the wireless network. Please see Adam in Room 101 for more information. Youth Options : 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 Thursday, September 10th at the Indian Trail High School Auditorium, th Street, from 6:00 p.m. 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 departments/talent-development/youth-options. Calendar: Please review the following calendar for important dates and events. Students who take classes at Harborside will have a number of days that there are no classes at Harborside for LakeView students. On those days, students are welcome to stay at LakeView and attend AAA for periods 7&8, or be picked-up by a parent after period 6. 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. NOTE: This is the only newsletter mailed home. Future newsletters will be ed to those who signup on the bottom of the page on the LakeView website and will also be posted on the LakeView site. Bell Schedule Period 1: 7:19-8:10 (includes announcements) Period 2: 8:14-9:00 Period 3: 9:04-9:50 Period 4: 9:54-10:40 Period 5/6: 10:44-12:50 A lunch: 10:44-11:16 B lunch: 11:16-11:48 C lunch: 11:48-12:20 D lunch: 12:20-12:52 Period 7: 12:54-1:40 Period 8: 1:44-2:38 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 LakeView Technology Academy 2015/2016 Calendar 8/2015 August 19, 20, 21, 24 Wed-Mon New Staff Orientation 25 Tuesday Instructional Staff Report September 1 Tuesday First Day of School Students Report No Harborside Classes 2 Wednesday Picture Day 7:30 a.m. 7 Monday Labor Day No School Wed-Friday No Harborside Classes 25 Friday Asynchronous Learning/Prof Dev Day No Students October 9 Friday Asynchronous Learning/Prof Dev Day No Students 30 Friday Teacher workday No Students/End of Qtr 1 November 3 Tuesday Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 6:30 p.m. 5 Thursday Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 6:30 p.m. 13 Friday Asynchronous Learning/Prof Dev Day No Students 25 Wednesday Early Release 10:20 a.m. 26,27 Thursday-Friday Thanksgiving Recess No School December Dec 23-Jan 3 Wed-Sun Winter Recess/District Closed No School January 4 Monday School Resumes Students Report 12 Tuesday No Harborside Classes 18 Monday Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day No School 19,20,21 Tue-Thur Final Exams (early release) End of Qrtr 2/Semester 1 No Harborside Classes 22 Friday Teacher Work Day No Students February 26 Friday Asynchronous Learning/Prof Dev Day No Students March 1 Tuesday ACT Assessment (Juniors) No School, Grades 9, 10 & 12 No Harborside Classes 2 Wednesday ACT Work Keys (Juniors) No Harborside Classes 8 Tuesday Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 6:30 p.m. 10 Thursday Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 6:30 p.m. 24 Thursday Teacher Work Day No Students/End of Qtr 3 Mar 25-Apr 3 Friday-Sunday Spring Break No School April 4 Monday School Resumes Students Report 15 Friday Asynchronous Learning/Prof Dev Day No Students 16 Saturday LakeView Prom Maplecrest CC May 27 Friday Early Release 10:20 a.m. 30 Monday Memorial Day No School 31 Tuesday No Harborside Classes June 1 Wednesday Last Day for Seniors 2 Thursday Graduation 7:00 p.m., ITHS Auditorium 7,8,9 Tue-Thur Final Exams (early release) End of Quarter 4/Semester 2 No Harborside Classes 10 Friday Teacher Work Day Last Day for Instructional Staff
5 CONTRACT OF EXPECTATIONS AND CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING LAKEVIEW TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY (LTA) Please bring form to registration 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. Date: (student signature) (parent/guardian signature) Please complete both front and back
6 Dear Parents/Guardians: Computer Damage & Vandalism Policies LakeView Technology Academy The following policies are in effect immediately: Please bring form to registration 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 Please complete both front and back REV: 07/12
7 Student Parking Fee Registration and Contract Student Name: Vehicle #1 Vehicle #2 Year: Make: Model: Color: License Plate Number: Vehicle(s) Insured by (company)/expiration By signing this document, you hereby agree that parking at Lake View Technology Academy is a privilege and not a right. You pay the $50.00 fee for parking with the full understanding that this parking pass may be taken away for discipline reasons without refund. Parking spaces are available on a first come first serve basis. Parking spaces are available for over flow parking west of Highway H/88 th Avenue (across the street from the school) on 93 rd Place. These spaces will be marked LTA PERMIT. You are to park in these stalls and nowhere else on the roadway. Students who park across the street must cross 88 th Avenue using the crosswalk located on the North side of the lot. Students who park in Lakeview s lot must park in a designated student stall on the North and West sides of the school. If your vehicle is found in a stall not designated for students, you may get ticketed and/or towed at your expense. Permit Sticker must be hung on your review mirror. Any vehicle without a sticker parked in Lakeview s lot will be cited and fined $20.00 by Pleasant Prairie Police Department (WS 346.5(4)) Your parking permit is your responsibility. If it is lost or stolen, you must apply for another permit in order to park at school. Lakeview Technology Academy and Kenosha Unified School District assume no responsibility for damage to or theft of a vehicle or any item stolen in or on a vehicle parked on school property. By signing and dating this form, you understand and agree to the above information you have read: Print Name(student): Signature (student): Date: Signature (Parent): Date: PERMIT #: Paid: cash Check Check # Credit Card Online Payment $50 Full Year/$30 Semester II (after January 25)
8 Kenosha Unified School District No. 1 Kenosha, WI STUDENT TRANSPORTATION AGREEMENT This Transportation Agreement is made and entered into between Kenosha Unified School District (referred to as the District ), (student s name) (referred to as the Driver ) and the parent/guardian,. The Driver agrees to the following terms and conditions of this agreement as it relates to the transportation between (home school name) and (second location) for the following class(es)/activity:. Terms and conditions: 1. The Driver shall use a privately owned motor vehicle for the specific purpose of transporting themselves to and from the locations noted above as authorized by the District. 2. The Driver shall not be compensated for the use of his/her motor vehicle. 3. The Driver agrees that he/she will be the sole driver of his/her motor vehicle and will not permit other students use of this transportation during or for the above specified purpose. 4. The Driver shall possess a valid Wisconsin operator s license and provide the District with proof of such license. In certain circumstances, the District may accept a valid operator s license issued by another jurisdiction. 5. The Driver understands this agreement must be entered into each semester or as changes occur. 6. The Driver agrees that they will notify the District of any suspension or revocation of the Driver s operating privilege by the State of Wisconsin or another jurisdiction. 7. The Driver agrees to maintain an insurance policy with a minimum liability coverage of $100,000/$300,000. Dated this day of, 20. Student Date Parent or Guardian of Student Date School Administrator Date
9 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
10 DISTRITO UNIFICADO ESCOLAR DE KENOSHA NO. 1 FORMATO DE AUTORIZACION DE MEDICAMENTOS NOMBRE DE LA ESCUELA: TELÉFONO: FAX: UN MEDICAMENTO POR FORMATO Medicamento Con Receta Médica: A completar por el Proveedor de Servicios Médicos. Requiere firma del Proveedor de Servicios Médicos. Requiere firma del Padre/Representante Legal. Medicamento Sin Receta Médica: A completar por el Padre/Representante Legal. Requiere firma del Padre/Representante Legal. Medicamento para ser administrado como se indique. Nombre del Estudiante: Fecha de Nacimiento: / /_ Medicamento: Dosis: Vía: Tiempo(s) de Administración: Razón por el Medicamento: El estudiante puede llevarse su medicamento para propósitos de una emergencia: Si No Síntomas/indicaciones adicionales: Firma del Proveedor de Servicios Médicos: Fecha: / /_ Nombre del Proveedor de Servicios Médicos: (por favor escriba en letra de molde): Dirección: Teléfono: Fax: NOTA: La firma del Padre/Representante Legal permite al personal designado por la escuela suministrar el medicamento al estudiante citado anteriormente y a contactar al proveedor de servicios médicos en cualquier momento con preguntas e inquietudes relacionadas con ésta condición médica del estudiante y el medicamento. Firma del Padre/Representante Legal: Nombre del Padre/Representante Legal: (por favor escriba en letra de molde): Numero Telefónico durante el día: Fecha / / CRITERIO PARA SUMINISTRO DE MEDICAMENTOS 1. Autorización: Los estudiantes que requieran medicamento en la escuela, incluyendo suplementos vitamínicos y herbales deberán entregar el formato completo de Autorización de Medicamentos. Los medicamentos con receta médica requieren la firma de ambos, tanto del proveedor de servicios médicos como del padre/representante legal. Los medicamentos sin receta médica requieren la firma del padre/representante legal. Los padres deberán notificar a la escuela cuando el medicamento debe ser suspendido o cualquier otro cambio. Un formato actualizado de autorización de medicamento se requiere para todos los cambios en medicamentos, dosis u hora de administración. Todos los formatos de autorización de medicamentos deberán renovarse anualmente. Todos los medicamentos que no sean reclamados al final de año escolar serán desechados de acuerdo a la normativa. 2. Envase: Todos los medicamentos deben ser entregados en su envase original. Los medicamentos con receta médica requieren la etiqueta original de la farmacia. Medicamentos sin receta médica deben estar en su envase original con las indicaciones en el envase incluyendo el nombre del estudiante. Todos los medicamentos deben guardarse en un gabinete con seguro. 3. Entrega a la Escuela: Es de responsabilidad del padre/representante legal suministrar y entregar a la escuela todos los medicamentos autorizados y sustituir todos los medicamentos vencidos. Hedata\Clerical\Nursing\School Nurse Handbook\kusd med authorization form 2011 Spanish 01/17/2011 rcc
11 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES Division of Public Health P (Rev. 07/13) STATE OF WISCONSIN s , Wis. Stats. STUDENT IMMUNIZATION LAW AGE/GRADE REQUIREMENTS 2014 SCHOOL YEAR and Beyond 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 all students Pre K 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.
12 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES Division of Public Health P-44021S (Rev. 07/13) STATE OF WISCONSIN s , Wis. Stats. LEY DE VACUNACIÓN PARA ESTUDIANTES REQUISITOS SEGUN EDAD/GRADO AÑO ESCOLAR 2014 and Beyond 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 todos los estudiantes desde preescolar hasta 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.
15 nd Street Kenosha, WI To: From: Building Principals Steven J. Knecht, CAA Date: July 2015 Subject: Home-Prepared Foods In a letter to Kenosha County schools dated November 14, 2004 Frank Matteo, Director of Health for Kenosha County, addressed and encouraged schools to adhere to the safe public health practice of no home-prepared foods in schools. Adhering to this safe public health practice and requesting food items which are manufactured from a licensed facility promotes the following: a. Controls the spread of communicable disease from infected individuals and minimize the transmission to student and staff. Licensed facilities are inspected and monitored by public health officials. b. Reduces economic hardship for parents/guardians that would require staying home from work with infected children when their child is excluded from school during a communicable disease outbreak. c. Reduces the risk of a life-threatening reaction for students with known allergies to certain food products. Therefore, Kenosha Unified Schools will continue to encourage safe food practices in our school settings in order to maintain a healthy student and staff population. These safe and health practices promote school attendance, yield a safer school environment and support the District s educational goals. Please direct any questions/concerns regarding this communication to my office or the school nurse in your building. Subject: Alimentos Preparados en el Hogar En una carta a las escuelas del Condado de Kenosha el 14 de noviembre, 2004, Frank Matteo, Director de Salud del Condado de Kenosha, dirigió y alentó a las escuelas a seguir la práctica de la salud pública segura de ningún alimentos preparados en el hogar en las escuelas. La adhesión a esta práctica de salud y seguridad pública y pidiendo productos alimenticios que se fabrican en un establecimiento con licencia promueve las siguientes: a. Control de la propagación de enfermedades transmisibles de las personas infectadas y reducir al mínimo la transmisión a los estudiantes y el personal. Instalaciones con licencia son inspeccionados y controlados por las autoridades de salud pública. b. Reduce las dificultades económicas para los padres / tutores que requieren quedarse en casa desde el trabajo con los niños infectados, cuando su hijo está excluido de la escuela durante un brote de enfermedad contagiosa. c. Reduce el riesgo de una reacción potencialmente mortal para los estudiantes con alergias a ciertos productos alimenticios. Por lo tanto, las escuelas del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Kenosha seguirán alentando a las prácticas de seguridad alimentaria dentro de nuestras escuelas con el fin de mantener una población sana de estudiantes y de personal. Estas prácticas de salud y seguridad ayudan a promover la asistencia a la escuela, el rendimiento de un ambiente escolar seguro y apoyar las metas educativas del Distrito. Por favor, dirija sus preguntas o preocupaciones con respecto a esta comunicación a mi oficina o a la enfermera de la escuela en su edificio.
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