Health Services

Catherine O'Hara, RN, BSN
School Nursing Supervisor
SPS Health Services Main Site


Physical Exam Requirement

Southington Board of Education policy requires each student to have a health examination during grade nine to be completed by entry into grade ten. The Health Assessment Record (blue form) should be on file by June 1, 2016, but no later than the first day of school when entering tenth grade.

This examination must include a vision test, hearing test, blood pressure, postural screening, hemoglobin or hematocrit, tuberculin risk assessment, chronic disease assessment, and any immunizations update to be verified by your doctor.

Physicals must be completed within one year prior to the first day of school. No tenth grade student may start school without a complete examination and documentation. If your son/daughter's physical is not on file by the first day of school, he or she will be sent home.

Sports Physicals

Mandated school sports physical and permission forms necessary to try out and participate in school sports grades 6 through 12:

GO TO THE SOUTHINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS SPORTS FORMS

HUSKY Health Insurance

"HUSKY Health is the State of Connecticut’s public health coverage program for eligible children, parents, relative caregivers, senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, adults without children, and pregnant women. Children up to age 19 may qualify, regardless of family income level.

The HUSKY Health program now includes Medicaid for adults in the programs known as fee-for-service or Title 19 (Medicaid for the Aged/Blind/Disabled and Medicaid for Low-Income Adults).

The HUSKY Health program offers a full health benefits package. HUSKY Health pays for doctor visits, prescriptions, vision and dental care, and much more.

For most families and individuals, HUSKY Health coverage is free or low-cost. Even families with high incomes can get HUSKY Health benefits for children at an unsubsidized group rate."

For more information on HUSKY call:
1-877-CT-HUSKY
(1-877-284-8759 -- Toll Free)

Individuals who are hearing impaired can call the TTD/TTY telephone number at: 1-866-492-5276

All above information and details can be found at http://www.ct.gov/hh/cwp/view.asp?a=3573&q=421548&hhNav=|