When Should My Child Stay Home? If your child has been ill with vomiting, diarrhea or a fever (100 F) please keep your child home until they are feeling better and are fever free for 24 Hours without the use of Tylenol or Ibuprofen.
Current MMUUSD Medication Guidelines
Immunization Exemptions: Act 157 relates to immunization exemptions. This legislation requires that all religious exemptions must be signed and submitted at the start of each school year.
The parent or guardian signing the exemption must also acknowledge the following:
- They have read and understood evidence‐based information regarding immunizations as provided by the Vermont Department of Health.
- They understand that failure to complete the required vaccination schedule increases risk to the child and others of contracting or carrying a vaccine‐preventable infectious disease.
- They understand that there are people with special health needs attending schools and child care facilities who are unable to be vaccinated or who are at heightened risk of contracting a vaccine‐preventable communicable disease and for whom such a disease could be life‐threatening.
The evidence‐based information that you are required to read is located on the Department of Health website: http://healthvermont.gov/hc/imm/schoolentry.aspx.
Guidelines for the care and treatment of concussion
The MMUUSD nursing staff collaborated with MMUUSD Athletic Directors, Athletic Trainers (AT), UVM Medical Center Task Force on Concussions, UVM College of Medicine and others to develop this comprehensive evidenced-based guideline.
For concussion information and Guidelines, including Return to Play Progression, please click on Concussion under Forms (below).
Tick Season: Information from the Vermont Department of Health on how to protect yourself from ticks as well as information about Lyme disease.
Medication Permission Forms - needed to allow medication(s) to be administered to and/or self-carried by students in MMUUSD schools.