New to the District

We are looking forward to having your child at our school. We would like to get to know your child before they begin attending. Please let us know what health services your child may need while at school or on the bus by completing the Parent Health History (link below). We must have this form completed at the time of registration. We recommend that every student have regular medical check-ups and dental exams. When you take your child, please have your practitioner complete the physical or dental form (links below) and return to your child's school nurse. Kindergarten students are required to return these forms before the start of school.  Other students are encouraged to submit the forms with their yearly schedule checkups. This will help to ensure that any physical problems that would prevent your child from doing their best at school are addressed with a physician or specialist. 

Unless exempted for medical or religious reasons, Ohio Revised Code, Section 3701.13 and 3313.671, mandates that every child be properly immunized in order to attend school. Ohio State law allows a 14 school day period for you to provide arecord of your child's immunizations. Please see the link below for a list of the immunization requirements by the Ohio Department of Health.  Please provide a copy of your child's immunization card or provide the physician immunization record (link below) to your child's physician to be completed.
Immunizations and the physical may be obtained from your physician, or for a nominal fee, from the Warren County Health Department. You can contact the Health Department at (513) 695-1468.
Vision and hearing screenings are conducted yearly for students in kindergarten, first, third, fifth, seventh (vision only), and ninth grades as per Ohio Department of Health regulations. Research has shown that the earlier vision and hearing problems are detected and an intervention is made, the better the outcome for the student. It is recommended that all kindergarten students have a complete eye exam by an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist before the start of school since school vision exams are only a screening assessment. Some eye diseases are only fully correctable if caught before first grade.
Please refer to the Medication Administration link at the left for the Medication Administration Policy of the Little Miami School District. Students are not permitted to take medications at school without the proper authorization forms completed and reviewed by the nurse.
Please return the following forms below to your child's building nurse as soon as possible.