Student Health Data
Maintaining Up To Date Student Health Data
Medical Examination Form
- All NEW students are required to submit a Medical Examination Form and attach a copy of immunization records.
- All RETURNING students entering Grades 3 and grades 6-12 are required to submit a new Medical Examination Form for the coming school year.
- The exam must take place in the calendar year of school attendance and is due each year by June 30th before school starts.
- The form must be completed and signed by a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant.
- Download and print the Medical Examination Form and instructions for upload here.
- If you are having difficulty uploading the Medical Examination Form, please bring the completed form to the Health Office for assistance or call ext. 220.
- This is a requirement for enrollment and your child’s participation in athletics and activities. Failed submission will affect your child’s attendance.
The following immunizations are required for TAS students:
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) 2 doses (age 12 months, 1 booster 4-6 years).
- DPT/DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis) 5 doses by 4-6 years.
- Polio (OPV/IPV) 4 doses by age 4-6 years.
- Hepatitis B 3 doses at age 0 month, 1 month, 6 months.
- Varicella (Chickenpox) 1 dose at age 12 months.
All TAS students are required to submit a copy of Immunization Records in order to verify compliance with the above Immunizations.
All NEW students are required to submit a copy of Immunization Records with their required Medical Examination Form on Admission to TAS. For RETURNING students the Health Office will contact you directly via email for any updates that are needed to your child’s Immunization Record. If you do not receive an email to submit updates, it means your child’s immunizations are up to date. Students who are non-compliant with immunization records will be contacted directly from the Health Office regarding requirements to meet compliance. Failure to complete the requirements within the semester of notice from administration will result in a student’s two-week suspension from school. Failure to complete the requirements within the two-week suspension period will result in termination of student enrollment without refund.
Medical exemptions may be granted based on a signed approval by a physician. Any exempted students will not be allowed to attend class should there be an outbreak of any of the above communicable diseases for which the student is not immunized.