New School Health Guidance and Share Information on Immunization and Health Forms

Dear PS 101 Families,

In order to keep students and staff safe as schools open in September for 2022–23 school year, please review new guidance on School Health Policy, which covers the following:    

  • Vaccination information;  
  • Procedures to be followed if a student or staff member shows signs of COVID-19 while in school;   
  • Procedures to be followed if there is a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 for a student or staff member; and  
  • COVID-19-testing for staff and students.  

Share Information on Immunization and Health Forms with Families for Completion:  

  • Please review this immunization requirements letter and chart
  • New York State Public Health Law requires students to get certain vaccines in order to attend childcare or school. Before the school year begins, all students should receive all required immunizations.  
    • In addition, we encourage families to be up to date on COVID-19 vaccines. They are safe, free, and available regardless of immigration status. All New Yorkers aged 6 months and up are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Families can find information on the NYC COVID-19: Vaccine page.  
  • In accordance with Chancellor’s Regulation A-710, all students entering DOE public schools for the first time, from kindergarten through grade 12, must submit a New Admission Examination form (CH-205)–completed by a health care provider– to their school nurse. 
  • Any students needing to take medications or receive any medical treatments must have a Medication Administration Form (MAF) and/or Medically Prescribed Treatment Form (scroll down on