Health & Immunization Info
Frequently, student health issues in relation to school, surface throughout the year. On this page you will find information regarding the Clintondale Community School District medication policies and procedures as well the required forms to support your child while at school, if any health concerns arise.
Additionally, in order to provide you with up-to-date information a link has been provided to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) websites that will provide you with a wealth of information about topics such as the flu, ADHD, head lice and nutrition. These sites will give you quick and reliable assistance for your child's health concern.
Prior to a child entering or attending the Clintondale Community School District, parents or guardians are required to produce documentation confirming their child has received all required immunizations, or in the alternative, their child has received at least one dose of each required immunization and is awaiting receipt of subsequent doses to be administered at appropriate intervals. There are also provisions to waive vaccines under certain circumstances. If you have a kindergarten student, a seventh-grade student, or are enrolling a student who is new to the school district, you must present immunization documentation to your school at the time you register that student or not later than the first day of school.
Medication Administration Protocols
Medication must first be authorized by the parent/guardian and physician. The “Request for Administration of Medication to Student” form must be filled out by the parent or guardian and physician in order for any medication to be administered.
Medication should be brought to the school by the parent or guardian. If not possible, the school nurse should be informed by the parent or guardian that someone else will bring in the medication.
Medication should be securely locked in a substantially constructed cabinet, room, or cart.
Medications must be administered by one adult in the presence of a second adult (except in an emergency that threatens the life of the student). Both individuals must be designated by the school administrator and approved by the school nurse.
A record must be maintained after every instance that medication is administered. The record (MAR) shall include: student's name, name of medication, date and time of administration, dosage, and signature of person administering the medication. The witness (second adult in attendance) should initial the MAR. If an error is made in recording, the person who administered should line out, initial the error, and make the correction in the MAR. (The individual student medication record should be kept until one year after the student's graduation from high school).
IMMUNIZATION CLINIC HOURS
Due to COVID-19, the Macomb County Health Department's Immunizations Services are by appointment only. No walk-ins.
For appointments or more information, please call one of the following health centers:
Mount Clemens/Central Health Service Center
43525 Elizabeth Road, Mount Clemens, MI 48043
Southeast Family Resource Center
25401 Harper, St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Southwest Health Center
27690 Van Dyke, Warren, MI 48093