Immunization Requirements & Information
Medication Form and Standing Orders
Shelbyville Central Schools
Our primary goal is to create a safe and healthy learning environment for your student.
Please help us be prepared by notifying us of any medical concerns or conditions that your child may have that may warrant a health care plan.
Health Services Director: Michelle Herbert, BSN, RN
Shelbyville High School: Miranda Wethington, LPN
Shelbyville Middle School: Jordan Thurston, BSN, RN
Coulston Elementary: Heather Ailes, Health Assistant
Hendricks Elementary: Brittany Hornsby, Health Assistant
Loper Elementary: Margaret Battles, Health Assistant
Golden Bear Preschool: Jasmine Copple, BSN, RN
Indiana Code 20-34-4-2 states every child residing in Indiana who is enrolled in an accredited school shall be immunized as determined by the State Department of Health.
Indiana Code 20-34-4-5 states that each school shall require the parent of a student who is enrolled in school to furnish, not later than the first day of school attendance, proof of the student’s immunization status unless the school gives the parent a waiver. That waiver may not exceed twenty (20) school days.
If you are unsure if your child needs additional vaccinations, feel free to contact your child's school clinic, your healthcare provider or the Shelby County Health Department (317-392-6470).
Vaccination Clinics offered by SCHD
The Shelby County Health Department will be offering onsite vaccination clinics for age appropriate vaccines throughout the school year. Additional communication will be provided at the time of the clinics.
The COVID-19 vaccine will not be given to anyone without a COVID-19 vaccine consent form. This will be a separate form that will be sent home and will be communicated to parents if a COVID-19 vaccination clinic is scheduled.
If an individual is positive for COVID-19, he/she will need to stay home until 24 hours fever free without fever reducing medications (Tylenol, Ibuprofen, or medication containing a fever reducer).
Quarantine is not required for individuals who have been in close contact with someone that tested positive for COVID-19 regardless of vaccination status.
We encourage individuals to stay home when they are sick, frequent handwashing, and respiratory etiquette (covering cough and sneeze).