The High School Health Office will be closed for the summer effective 6/17/22 at 12:30pm. We will return on August 29, 2022. The best way to reach me is through email, Michelle Barbour. I will check sporadically over the summer months.
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 rest completed by the examining physician. Physicals must be completed within one year prior to the first day of grade 10 (dated after 8/28/2021) Tenth grade students that have not turned in a Physical can email it to, Michelle Barbour.
You can register for Sports at Southington High School online with this link, FamilyID. We will process registrations beginning August 15th. Physicals may be dropped off at the Main Office during summer hours (7:30-2pm), faxed to 860-628-3397 or emailed to Michelle Barbour.
Michelle J. Barbour, RN Lisa Meccariello, LPN Maritza Nadeau, LPN
Southington Board of Education Health Information
Southington Public Schools require completion and submission of the online registration and have a valid physical examination on file in the Nurse's Office.
- Register online at FamilyID
- The State of Connecticut Health Assessment Record (Completed by physician and is valid for 13 months)
Physicals may be dropped off at the the nurse's office or in the main office in the summer.
ENROLLING OUT OF STATE
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.
ENROLLING OUT OF THE COUNTRY
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.
HUSKY HEALTH PLAN
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 www.huskyhealth.com
The District Health Office site contains forms, health articles and other items of interest in the health field.