Jayme Tierney, Sherman Elementary School Nurse
Marcia McCall, Williamsville Junior High and High School Nurse

Recent Announcements

  • Asthma Action Plan Information - Illinois Public Act 099-0843 As of January 1, 2017, Illinois Public Act 099-0843 is requiring schools to request from parents of students with asthma, an Asthma Action Plan (AAP).  An Asthma Action Plan (or management plan) is a written plan that you develop with your child’s doctor to help control and treat your child’s asthma. At Williamsville School District we feel it is crucial to have this form on file to help provide your child with the best care possible and to perform the physician recommended treatment in the event of an asthmatic episode.  The Asthma Action Plan will inform us of daily treatments the student may be receiving and how to handle worsening asthma, or attacks. A yearly updated Asthma ...
    Posted Dec 9, 2016, 9:00 AM by Marcia McCall
  • Illinois Certificate of Religious Exemption to required Immunizations and/or Examinations On August 3, 2015 Public Act 099-0249 was enacted that changes the process for parents or legal guardians seeking a religious exemption to any required immunizations or examinations for their children for school attendance. The new law requires parents/legal guardians who object on religious grounds to complete a Certificate of Religious Exemption.  This certificate must also be signed by the physician, advanced practice nurse, or physician assistant responsible for performing the student examination. Beginning October 16, 2015 the use of the Certificate of Religious Exemption form is required for all students entering kindergarten, sixth or ninth grades when parents or legal guardians seek religious exemption and for all newly enrolling students requesting religious exemption on or after October ...
    Posted May 11, 2016, 7:04 AM by Marcia McCall
  • Miles of Smiles Dental Clinic 2016-17 Miles of Smiles, a mobile dentistry program is being offered this fall on Monday, October 31st at Williamsville Junior High for the MS/JH/HS students and Tuesday, November 1st at Sherman Elementary. All students pre-kindergarten age through 12th grade are eligible for the exam.  Services are provided at no cost to our district families.  If you would like for your student to be included in this great opportunity, please contact Tammie Rue at SES, 496-2021 or Marcia McCall at JH, 566-3600.  We will get a form to you to complete.  No examinations will be given unless the permission slip is returned to the school.
    Posted May 11, 2016, 6:41 AM by Marcia McCall
  • 2017-18 Meningococcal Vaccination IDPH requirement for 12th grade and 6th grade. Illinois Department of Public Health for the 2017-18 school year requires those students entering into 12th grade to have two doses of meningococcal vaccine, unless the first dose was given after the age of 16 years.  A letter was mailed to all incoming 12th grade students who are still missing the requirement. Incoming 6th grade students are required to have one dose.  The vaccination needs to be done by the first day of the 2017-18school year and medical verification given to the school.  Attached is a parental letter regarding this matter from the IDPH.  
    Posted Nov 28, 2016, 9:53 AM by Marcia McCall
  • 2017-18 9th grade Health Requirements Physicals and immunizations are required to be turned in by the first day of the school year. 
    Posted Nov 28, 2016, 10:09 AM by Marcia McCall
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