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Health Office



SJB Health Office
(631) 587-8000 ex123
Nursing Staff: Ms. Regina Beisner R.N.
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Ms. Jennifer Tomeo R.N.
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Health Forms & Notices
Mandatory Health History Form Download 
The Flu: A Guide For Parents
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End of Year Medications Notice Download 
Religious Exemption to Immunization Request Form Click Here
Meningococcal Immunization Alert Click Here
Meningococcal Vaccine Requirements for September 1, 2017 Download
New Vaccination Requirements for effective September 1, 2016 Download
Permission form for students who need medication during school (other than Epi-Pens and Benadryl). Download
Permission form for students who need to use Benadryl or Epi-Pens due to Severe Allergies. Download
Permission form for students who need to use Benadryl or Epi-Pens due to Bee Sting. Download
Permission form for students who need to use asthmatic inhalers. Download
Food Allergy Emergency Care Plan (West Islip Schools) Download
Physical Examination Form Download
Student Working Paper Request Form Download
Student Immunization Form Download
Student Request for Set of Books at Home Download
Newsflash October 2014 Contagious Diseases Download
Keeping Your Child from Getting and Spreading Enterorvirus Download
EV68-factsheet Download


Notes from the Health Office

New York State Education Law requires the following:

  • All 9th Grade Students and any New Students must have immunizations and a valid physical to enter St. John the Baptist.
  • All 10th Grade Students must have a valid physical.
  • All Student Athletes need a valid physical to tryout for and participate in any sport

In addition, occasionally it is necessary for a student to receive medication during the school day.  The school nurse will cooperate with parents and physicians in these situations; but we are obligated to follow precise procedures.  In order to comply with these guidelines from the New York State Practice Act and provisions of State Education Law, the following requirements for administering medications in school include:

  • A written request from the family physician in which she/he indicates the drug, frequency, dosage and method of administering.
  • A written request from the parent to administer the medication as specified by the family physician.
  • The medication must be delivered directly to the school nurse.
  • Medication forms can be obtained online.

Any questions, please call the Health Office at (631) 587-8000 ex 123. 

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