Periodic health assessments are required of all students in the Norwalk Public Schools. Findings must be recorded on the “State of Connecticut Department of Education Health Assessment Record.” Student health assessments are required upon entry to the NPS system, preschool, kindergarten, and during grades 6 and 9. In addition, students participating in interscholastic sports must have a health assessment annually.
NPS Health Assessment Policy
Health Assessment – Norwalk BOE Policy 5141 3
If you have questions regarding mandatory health assessments, please call your school nurse.
Students new to NPS, Preschoolers, and Kindergarteners must have a complete health assessment (including immunization compliance, current hemoglobin and TB risk assessment) on file in the school nurse's office before they may attend school. There is no grace period.
To view the 2022-23 school year New Enrollee Requirements, please click here.
Students entering grades 7 & 10
Grade 6 and grade 9 health assessments must be performed after July 1st of the year in which the child will be entering the respective grade and submitted to the school nurse before the end of that school year. No child will be permitted to enter grade 7 or grade 10 unless this mandate has been met.
Appointments with Norwalk Community Health Center
The Norwalk Community Health Center has added appointment times reserved only for NPS students in need of a routine physical and/or immunizations. These appointments will take place at their 120 Connecticut Avenue location. They will receive priority scheduling.
To request an appointment, click this link: https://www.norwalkchc.org/public-schools-requests/physicals
|Madeline Li, APRN||Dr. Elizabeth Thomas||Jennifer Gonzalez-Santos APRN||Jill Goldberg, APRN|
|4 to 6 p.m.||5 to 7 p.m.||5 to 7 p.m.||5 to 7 p.m.|
NPS Health Forms
2022-23 Early Childhood Health Assessment Record Form