Pursuant to New York State Education Law Sections 903 and 904, each year a sample of public schools is selected to
participate in Student Weight Status Category Reporting. All public-school districts outside New York City are
required to report at least once in a two-year period. A list of school districts selected to report for the 2021-2022
school year is included with this letter and available through the New York State Center for School Health (NYSCSH)
website at http://www.schoolhealthny.com.
Attention, Middletown school district families....
All students must have their mandated immunizations to stay enrolled in school, whether it is in-person or through remote learning. The record of immunizations must be received within two weeks of the school year. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students entering sixth grade need a Tdap (Tetanus) vaccine.
All students entering seventh grade and 12th grade need a Meningococcal (Meningitis) vaccine
If you have been informed that your child is missing mandatory immunizations for school attendance, please submit your records to your school nurse (see below):
Health Office Contacts
School Name Phone Number Middletown High School Barbara Cournoyer, RN (ext. 1556); Julia Fox, RN (ext. 1558); Nicole Vellake, Brittany Wyman, Sherrie Soto Phone: (845) 326-1590; Fax: (845) 326-1606 Monhagen Middle School Lisa Hidalgo-Capriola, RN; Patricia Knebel (ext. 1676), LPN; Amy Diaz Phone: (845) 326-1677; Fax: (845) 326-1675 Twin Towers Middle School Wendy Manis, RN; Laura Guattery, LPN; Jessica Eilert Phone: (845) 326-1638; Fax: (845) 326-1636 Maple Hill Elementary Linda Vohra, RN; Christine McKenna, LPN; Theresa Efiom, MacKenna Davis Phone: (845) 326-1735; Fax: (845) 326-1796 William A. Carter Elementary Ronalynn Davis, RN; Noah Fox, LPN; Kattia Castillo, Yenole DeFreitas Phone: (845) 326-1714; Fax: (845) 326-1724 Presidential Park Elementary Christine Giacchi, RN; Brenda Pikul, LPN; Danial Moses, LPN; Yenny Lockwood,Mildred Padilla, Margaret Siena, Alyssa Davis Phone (first floor): (845) 326-1860; Fax (first floor): (845) 326-1862; Phone (second floor): (845) 326-1877; Fax (second floor): (845) 326-1902 Maple Hill Annex at Truman Moon Elementary Gloria Troy, LPN (845) 326-1775, fax: (845) 326-1789 UPK Melissa Forni, LPN (845) 326-1797
Welcome to Health Services
Mission: To foster the growth, development and educational achievement of all students by promoting health and wellness, in a safe and supportive environment. Middletown Schools’ Health Office Personnel is committed to meet the health needs of individual students through collaboration with public and private agencies and health care providers; and to advocate for students, their families and the school community.
Goals of Middletown School Nurses
- Reduce health-related barriers to learning and health related absenteeism thus improving student achievement
- Promote the health, safety, and wellness of all students and staff in our Schools
- Promote a positive, collaborative relationship with students, families, colleagues, and the community
- Promote best practices in school health services through professional development and resources.
- Message: There is a positive correlation between a child's health and their academic potential. All children need to receive support at school for health conditions that may impact their safety, well-being, and capacity for learning. Our health services teams are here to help your child. If you have any questions or concerns about your child's health, please contact Nurse Practitioner Barbara Kura at (845)326-1259 or your school nurse.
A new coronavirus called 2019 Novel (new) Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was first found in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. This virus had not been found in humans before. This coronavirus can lead to fever, cough and trouble breathing or shortness of breath. There are thousands of diagnosed cases in China and new cases being diagnosed in a number of countries including the United States.
Read Superintendent Richard Del Moro's message about the Coronavirus
Read more about the Coronavirus
Un nuevo coronavirus llamado 2019 Innovador (nuevo) Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) se encontró por primera vez en Wuhan, Provincia de Hubei, China. Este virus no se había encontrado en humanos antes. Este coronavirus puede provocar fiebre, tos y dificultad para respirar o falta de aliento. Hay miles de casos diagnosticados en China y nuevos casos diagnosticados en varios países, incluyendo los Estados Unidos.
On June 13, 2019, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation removing non-medical exemptions from school vaccination requirements for children. The United States is currently experiencing the worst outbreak of measles in more than 25 years, with outbreaks in pockets of New York primarily driving the crisis. As a result of non-medical vaccination exemptions, many communities across New York have unacceptably low rates of vaccination, and those unvaccinated children can often attend school where they may spread the disease to other unvaccinated students, some of whom cannot receive vaccines due to medical conditions. This new law will help protect the public amid this outgoing outbreak.
Read the New York State Department of Health statement on legislation removing non-medical exemption from school vaccination requirements.
Read the recommended child and adolescent immunization schedule for ages 18 and younger that is referenced in the NYS DOH statement.
Frequently asked questions about legislation removing non-medical exemptions from school vaccination requirements.
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