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Illinois health officials are asking parents to take note of new immunization requirements for children entering schools starting this fall.
Children entering school at any grade level from kindergarten to high school will have to show proof of having received two doses each - instead of one - of rubella and mumps vaccines.
Also, children entering kindergarten, sixth grade or ninth grade for the first time must show that they've had two doses of the varicella, or chicken pox, vaccine.
Looking ahead, children going back to class for the 2015-2016 school year will need to have gotten a meningococcal vaccine, which is currently not required.
Illinois Department of Public Health Director LaMar Hasbrouck says while some vaccine-preventable diseases are rare in the U.S., they are "only a plane ride away."
PLEASE WELCOME OUR NEW DW STAFF!
Back row L to R
Jesse Widick, English
Jill Clodfelter, social work
Bev Storer, FACS
Lynette Waldbeser, math
Front row L to R
Rachel Weber, aide
Katie Fulton, first grade
Emily Weaver, third grade
Samantha Szczender, guidance
....the Activities Calendar is the Answer
Check out the Activities Calendar on this site.
This easy-to-use tool:
provides up-to-date school activities and
allows you to view and print a daily, weekly
or monthly list of calendar events
includes a search option to find a specific
sends you e-mail reminders for events you . . .
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