Student Health information
Health Services Information
Student Health & Emergency Information
If your student becomes ill or injured during the school day, the student will be referred to the school office. Parents will be notified if their student is unable to remain at school or emergency services are needed. It is the Conservatory’s policy that if a student is not well enough to attend class, the student must go home and a parent or guardian will be contacted. It is expected that parents/guardians will attend to their student’s illness or injury in a reasonably timely fashion.
Please contact the school if your child develops symptoms of a communicable disease (sore throat, rash, flu symptoms, etc.). We will need to take precautions to minimize the exposure of other students to illness. Students should not come to school if they have had bouts of vomiting, diarrhea, or a fever over 100 degrees due to illness in the last 24 hours. If your child has had strep throat, they must complete 24 hours of antibiotic treatment before returning to school.
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Administration of Medications and Treatments
Minnesota state law requires students enrolled in Minnesota schools to be immunized against certain diseases by the first day of school. In most cases your student’s immunization records will be transferred from his/her previous school. If our records show that your student does not have immunization records on file or the records are incomplete, you will be asked to provide evidence that your student has been properly immunized.
If you do not intend to immunize your child due to conscientious objection, a notarized vaccination waiver must be sent. Please obtain a written Physician’s note for any medically deferred or waived vaccinations. Students who are uninsured may receive immunizations from their local health department.
You may contact your health care provider and ask them to send immunization records to the school. A release of information form is not require for records limited to immunization status. Immunizations may be mailed to the school or faxed to 651-290-9000.
Failure to provide the requested information will result in our inability to allow your student to attend the Conservatory until documentation is received that your student has received the required immunizations or proof of a waiver.