Please explore this page to find information about Libertyville High School's district-wide policies and state laws on student health information requirements, links to external health-related websites, and current information relevant to teen health.
Cameron Traut MS, RN, PEL-IL, NCSN email: email@example.com
Alisa Wasserman BSN, RN email: firstname.lastname@example.org
These are state required or recommended forms. If you experience any difficulties viewing these forms, please contact the Nurse's Office at 847-327-7016.
- Illinois Physical and Immunization Requirements
- District 128 Procedure for Administration of Medication to Students
- Illinois School Physical Form
- Illinois School Physical Form Spanish Version
- School Dental Form
- School Dental Form Spanish Version
- School Dental Waiver Form
- School Dental Waiver Form Spanish Version
- Allergy & Anaphylaxis Form
- Asthma Management Form
- Diabetes Management Form
- Seizure Management Form
- Illinois Eye Exam Form
- lIllinois Eye Exam Waiver Form
- Modified PE Form
- Field Trip Medication Form
Lake County Health Department - Immunization Information
This is a state recommended website for Immunization information and local clinic information. If you experience any difficulties accessing this information, please contact the Nurse's Office at 847-327-7016.
News and Updates
Recent Changes in Illinois state mandated health requirements for the 2019-20 School Year:
All ninth graders are required to have a dental exam. Proof of the exam may be submitted to the nurse's office anytime during the student's ninth grade school year.
Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine (MCV4, Menactra, Menveo):
- New for 2019-20 - Sophomores are added to the requirement this year. One dose is required for freshmen and sophomores on or after 11th birthday. For seniors: 2 doses required with the second dose on or after 16th birthday. No second dose needed if first dose given on or after 16th birthday.
- Meningococcal B Vaccine does not meet the requirement.
When should someone stay home from school or work?
- Fever > 100 degrees within the past 24 hours
- Any contagious illness (i.e. excessive cough, cold symptoms, pink eye, vomiting, diarrhea)
If a student feels ill during the school day, he/she should go to the nurse's office to be assessed, and the nurse will contact the parent as needed.