FOR ATTENDANCE IN ALL GRADES, children need the following:
*Usually given as DTP or DTaP or DT or Td
**Usually given as MMR
Children ATTENDING 7th grade need the following:
These requirements allow for medical reasons and religious beliefs.
If your child is exempt from immunizations, he/she may be removed from school during an outbreak.
Pennsylvania’s school immunization requirements can be found in 28 PA.CODE CH.23 (School Immunization)
Contact your health care provider or 1-877 PA HEALTH for more information
Your private physician, the Chester County Department of Health, or Project Salud can provide immunizations for your child.
Physical examinations are required upon school entrance and in grades 6 and 11. Dental examinations are required upon school entrance and in grades 3 and 7. Your physician and dentist should complete the attached forms when they examine your child. Examinations can be performed up to 12 months prior to the start of the school year for which they are required. These forms should be returned to the School Nurse.
Routine testing for tuberculosis is not required at Kennett Consolidated School District and other districts in PA who obtained modification of this 1949 School Health Code. Tuberculosis screening is done on an individual basis according to your child’s risk factors and recommendations by your doctor.
If your child needs to be given medication in school, refer to Medication Administration Requirements (PDF) and Parent/Doctor Request for Medication Administration. It is important to discuss your child’s medication requirements and any health concerns with the School Nurse.
KHS = Kennett High School
KMS = Kennett Middle School
GW = Greenwood Elementary School
BC = Bancroft Elementary School
NG = New Garden Elementary School
MDL = Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center
KEF = Kennett Education Foundation