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Registration/Health/Attendance

Welcome to the registration, health and attendance office!

You've come to the right spot for questions or information on registration, student health, and attendance!

ATTENDANCE

To Report an absence please call (760) 726-4040 ext.1 and leave a message that includes the following:

  • Date of the absence
  • Your child’s name
  • Grade
  • Teacher
  • Reason for the absence
  • Your name, relation to the student and a call back number

When a student returns to school following an absence, the parent/guardian has 72 hours (3 school days) to notify the school with the reason for the absence and to turn in any medical verification for medical appointments.  Any student with 10 excused absences verified by phone calls will be required to provide a written explanation for all future absences.  This verification must be written by the appropriate professional on his/her letterhead, addressing the medical, and legal or bereavement reason. Medical & dental notes may be faxed at    760-726-7961

 

HEALTH OFFICE

MEDICATION AT SCHOOL

 

If medication is required during school hours, the guidelines (below) of the California Education Code and VUSD policy will be followed.

 

1. The parent/guardian’s written request on the VUSD medication authorization form.

2. A health care provider’s authorization detailing the amount of the medicine and the method and time schedules by which the medication is taken.

3. ALL medications, including prescription, over-the-counter, herbal, and vitamin preparations, are included in the guidelines.

4. All medications must be from a California pharmacy.  No prescriptions from out-of-state can be given by school personnel.

5. Health care provider and parent authorizations must be updated annually or whenever there is any change in the medication, dosage, or time schedule.

6.The medicine is to be in the original labeled container.

7.A designated adult is to bring the medication to school.

Please do not bring any medication to school until the health care provider’s and the parent/guardian’s authorizations have been completed. Parents need to pick up all medications at the end of each school year.  Medications left more than one week after the school year ends will be discarded