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Head Lice- 411

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A positive diagnosis of head lice is made only when live lice are found. Lice, although a nuisance, have not been associated with any disease process. Head lice can affect anyone in all the socioeconomic groups and do not represent poor hygiene.

See the following resources for more information. 

English Informational Brochure
Spanish Informational Brochure

healthychildren.org

Health Services (Students)

SB 277- New Vaccination Law

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Background:

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law on June 30, 2015 a bill that says parents can no longer refuse to vaccinate their children in public or private schools and child care centers based on their personal opposition. Now schools and parents are parsing the fine print to put the new law, SB 277 Bill into practice.

 

As of Jan. 1, 2016, parents may no longer obtain a personal belief exemption to 10 school-required vaccinations. As of July 1, 2016, students must meet the vaccination requirements at certain vaccination check points, unless they have a medical exemption or are attending school at home or independently with no classroom instruction.

 

FAQ:

When does the law go into affect?

What do schools and parents need to know about the new vaccination law?

SB 277 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Other Resources:

 

·        Guide to Immunizations Required for Child Care

·        Parents' Guide to Immunizations Required for Child Care

*        Immunization Guide Chart- English

*        Guia de inmunizacion - Espanol

·        Parents' Guide to Immunizations Required for School Entry

·        shotsforschool.org

         Sonoma County Health Services

Do you have  more immunization questions? 

Email:

IZNurse@sonoma-county.org 

info@shotsforschool.org.

 

Staff Referral Form: 

Health/Dental/Vision Referral

 

From the California Department Of Public Health:

 A common question we receive asks if PBE forms filed in 2015 are valid for children first entering child care or school in California in the fall of 2016. PBEs filed in 2015 are only valid when signed by both an authorized health care provider and a parent/guardian no more than 6 months prior to first entry into school or child care or a new grade span. Therefore, PBEs filed in 2015 are invalid for children first entering school or child care, or advancing to 7th grade in California in the fall of 2016.

 

Medi-Cal Dental Resources

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