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Health, Safety & Wellness!

The school district employs full-time registered nurses in every school building to serve the health needs of all students. School nurses work with students, staff and parents for the general improvement of children’s health and to detect deficiencies and/or disease.


Upon entering school, as required by Public Health Law 2164, your child’s immunization records, health history and current physical status will be reviewed by the nurse. The health office also conducts screening and testing for height, weight, vision, hearing and scoliosis. After each screening, parents will be contacted if additional follow-up is indicated.


All students who wish to participate in interscholastic sports are required to have a current physical (within one year) on file in the health office prior to tryouts and be registered on FamilyID


Medication Management at all schools must be in accordance with state laws, and regulations. All medications administered at school by licensed school health professionals or taken by a student at school who is able to self-administer their own medication must have patient specific orders from a licensed medical healthcare provider. This is necessary for both prescription and nonprescription medications.


Immunization Requirements (NYS) Public Health Law Section 2164 and New York Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR) Title 10, Subpart 66-1 require every student entering or attending public, private or parochial school in New York State (NYS) to be immune to diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, varicella and meningococcal in accordance with Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations. See requirements for school attendance on the left side of this page under Health Forms.

2022-2023 Frequently Asked Questions related to COVID-19

BMI Survey Letter

Required Meningococcal vaccine information for Grades 7-12 (English)

Long Beach Public School Health Office Directory

Fifth Disease Notice

When to keep your child home especially cold and flu season

Cuándo mantener a su hijo en casa, especialmente en la temporada de resfriados y gripe

Fight the Flu Combata la gripe


N.Y.S. Department of Health Communicable Disease Fact Sheets 

DOH Medical Exempt Statement & Medical Exemption Review Procedures

Risks and Responsibilities of not Vaccinating

Notice of Required Screening

Concussion Information

Concussion Information SPANISH

Lice Lessons

Lice Lessons SPANISH

Long Beach High School Infographic

Working Papers Information & Application 

Show your Children How to Live a Healthy Life

Parent Guide to Teen Drug Use

Learn more about Opioid & Heroin Abuse

Absence Flow Chart

Helpful Resources & Links

Information for families about coping with Emergencies



  • Outreach House – 631-231-3232
  • South Shore Child Guidance Center – 516-378-2992
  • South Oaks Child and Adolescent Center – 631-608-5028
  • Confide Counseling – 515-764-5522
  • Long Beach Reach – 516-889-2332
  • Mineola Day Treatment – 516-742-4015
  • Oceanside Counseling Center – 516-766-6283
  • The Tempo Group – 516-374-3671


  • Northwell Pediatric Behavioral Health Center of RVC - 516-927-1630
  • Long Beach Medical Center – 516-897-1000
  • North Shore – LIJ Health System – 718-470-7000
  • Nassau University Medical Center – 516-572-6655
  • Mount Sinai-South Nassau Communities Hospital – 516-255-8200
  • South Oaks Hospital, Amityville – 631-264-4000