Health Requirements for School Entry

  • Requirements for All Students Transferring into Barrington 220 Schools

    • Students coming from an Illinois School: have 30 days from the date of enrollment to provide copies of mandated health requirements. (see grade level requirements below)

    • Students coming from OUT of state/OUT of country: have 30 days from the date of enrollment to provide proof of a physical examination completed within the last 12 months and contains all State of Illinois examination requirements, all State of Illinois vaccine requirements and proof of an eye examination which was completed within the last 12 months. 

    Completed health documents can be emailed directly to: districtnurseoffice@barrington220.org

    Or you can also deliver the forms to your child's school or the Administrative Center at 515 W Main St., Barrington, IL 60010 (There is a drop box by the front door - please mark it to the attention of the District Nurse's Office.

    Per Board of Education Policy 7:100, all students must meet the health requirements as outlined by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Unless an exemption or extension applies, failure to comply with the requirement before September 1st will result in the student's exclusion from school until the required health forms are presented to the District. New students who register after September 1 of the current school year shall have 30 days following registration to comply with the health examination and immunization regulations.

    For further information regarding immunizations, please click on the following links:

  • Physical Examinations for Sports Participation

    Physical examinations are required annually to try out and participate for sports in grades six through twelve. The mandated DHS physical examination completed for grades six and nine will meet the sports requirement. Grades 7,8, 10,11, and 12 require a new sports physical examination. Download Sports Examination Form Here

Exam Forms

  • Objection of Parent or Legal Guardian

    Parents or guardians who object to examination(s) or immunization(s) on religious grounds are not required to submit their child or wards to either, provided they present a completed Illinois Certificate of Religious Exemption form. This form must be completed in its entirety by the parent/guardian and signed by the physician, advanced practice nurse of physician assistant performing the examination. The statement must set forth the specific religious belief which conflicts with the examination(s) and / or immunization(s). Each vaccine that is objected, must be listed. The form is available on the Public Health website at www.dph.illinois.gov (then search "religious").