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Health Services

"You can't educate children if they are not healthy, and
you can't keep children healthy if they are not educated."
Joycelyn Elders, MD.

Please feel free to contact the health office staff either by e-mail or at 860-628-3229 ext. 11255 between the hours of 7:30 - 2:30 pm. (Fax - 860-628-3399)

Michelle J. Barbour, RN

Lisa Meccariello, LPN

Maritza Nadeau, LPN

Dawn Polletta, Secretary


Students will need a physical during grade 9 for entry into grade 10.

The State of Connecticut Health Assessment Record for students entering grade 10 must have the front completed by the student's parent or legal guardian and the back completed by the examining physician. Physicals must be completed within one year prior to the first day of grade 10.

**No students entering grade 10 may start school without a complete examination, appropriate immunizations, and documentation.

It is advised to make your doctor's appointment early in the school year to insure that requirements are completed by the first day of school.

Southington Board of Education Health Information

Please click here for information about head lice. For more information about Fifth Disease, please click here.

When Your Child is Ill

Decision Chart COVID-19


Southington Public Schools require completion and submission of the online registration and have a valid physical examination on file in the Nurse's Office.

Physicals may be dropped off at the the nurse's office or in the main office in the summer.

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Students enrolling in Southington High School from another state must provide a health examination dated within a year of the enrollment date to the school system. This physical examination must meet all requirements of Connecticut State Law and local health policies. A tuberculin risk assessment is also required. If no proof is presented, the student will be excluded from school.


Students enrolling in Southington High School from another country must have a physical examination prior to enrolling and must meet all requirements of Connecticut State Law and local health policies. A tuberculin skin test is required prior to enrollment and proof of immunizations provided. If requirements are not met, the student will be excluded from school.


Does Your Child Have Health Insurance? Connecticut’s HUSKY Health offers low-cost or free coverage.
If your child is uninsured and you would like to participate in Connecticut’s HUSKY Health program call the HUSKY information hotline: 1-877-CT-HUSKY (1-877-284-8759), from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday.You can apply by phone or request an information kit. Or, visit HUSKY at

Click below on the appropriate forms.

Annual Identification of students.
Husky School Form (English)
Husky School Form (Spanish)

Click here to be redirected to the District Health Office site. This site contains forms, health articles and other items of interest in the health field.