As an educator working in the school system, it is very likely that you will come into contact with a student who has asthma. This e-learning training course provides you with background information on asthma, how it’s managed, and your role in the school to keep students as healthy as possible.
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Students with incomplete immunization records received notices in May, June, and again in August of this year. The notices specified the September 19th suspension date and informed parents/guardians of which vaccine(s) were missing from the student’s immunization record, how to provide updated information, and how to book an appointment for immunization.
Today, 388 students born in 2000 and 2001 with incomplete immunization records have been suspended from school for up to 20 days.
In an effort to keep our community safe and healthy from the spread of vaccine preventable diseases, the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) has been reviewing the immunization records of all students registered with the school boards.
Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) under the Ontario Regulation 243/07 requires all schools, private schools and child care centres to sample and test drinking water to measure the concentration of lead against the provincial drinking water guidelines for lead.
Ce livret vous aidera à prendre en charge les élèves atteints d’une maladie transmissible qui fréquentent votre établissement.
This booklet will help support you in the management of a child attending your facility who has a communicable disease.
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The following information will provide an overview of key facts about asthma, and will outline helpful tips for managing students in the classroom with an asthma diagnosis.