Health Services & Programs

Contact Health Services

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    Linda Joseph RN, BSPH, NCSN
    Nurse Coordinator/ Homebound Coordinator
    919-967-8211 x28245

Additional Health Resources

  • CHCCS Local Wellness Policy - Information about wellness policies in the CHCCS district.

     

    Homebound Instruction - This program provides instructional services for students confined for four weeks or longer at home due to a medical or psychological treatment. - This program provides instructional services for students confined for four weeks or longer at home due to a medical or psychological treatment.

     

    CHCCS Youth Risk Behavior Surveys - These Centers for Disease Control (CDC)-designed surveys are administered to Chapel Hill‐Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) students in odd years to monitor health risk behaviors that contribute to death, disability, and social problems among our nation’s youth.  

Important CHCCS Health Services Information

  • Health & Immunization Requirements: Important Information for Parents

    Students are required to have an immunization record on file to attend school in NC. Additionally a Health Assessment is needed on entry to NC public schools for the first time. Parents have 30 days from their child's first day of school to provide this information.

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  • All New CHCCS Parents- Health Requirements for 2018-19 School Year

    All New CHCCS Parents- Health Requirements for 2018-19 School YearParents, please note that your student will need a complete record of required immunizations to attend school. If your student is new to NC Public Schools they will also need a completed Health Assessment

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  • 7th Grade Parents- Tdap / Meningococcal Info for 2018-19 School Year

    Parents, please note that your rising seventh-grader will need to receive the required Tdap and Meningococcal vaccinations. It's one of the important things you'll need to check off the list before your child starts school this coming school year. Tdap and MCV are available at your family doctor’s office. If you need help finding health services, click here For further information on these vaccinations, click here for Meningococcal (Spanish) and Tdap (Spanish)

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