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Vaccine requirements for 7th & 12th graders

The state of Ohio requires all students entering the 7th grade to have the meningococcal vaccine (also known as MCV4, Menevo or Menactra) in addition to one dose of Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis).  Additionally, the state of Ohio requires all students entering the 12th grade to have a second dose of meningococcal vaccine (also known as MCV4, Menevo or Menactra).   If the first dose of meningococcal vaccine was administered on or after the 16th birthday, a second dose is not required. Vaccination is the best way to protect someone from getting the disease.You may obtain these vaccines from your child’s health care provider or other community resource. Vaccines are also available at your local health department. See school website for Summit County Health Department open hours. Students who do not provide documentation of these immunizations to the school this fall are subject to exclusion. If there are medical/religious or philosophical reasons your child cannot receive immunizations, please contact the school clinic for an Immunization Exemption Form. Click the link above for additional information.  Read More
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Evening & Outside of School Help for Students

If or when these concerns arise in the evening, we encourage our students and parents/guardians to utilize the following emergency numbers: Summit County Support Hotline (24Hours) – (330) 434-9144; National Suicide Prevention Hotline – 1 (800)-273-TALK (8255); Summit County Suicide Prevention Coalition – (330) 762-3500; Summit County Sheriff’s Department – (330) 643-2181 Read More
New Attendance Law

New Attendance Law

Please click the image above for information regarding Ohio's new attendance law and how it impacts Coventry Local Schools. Read More
2017 Recommended Immunizations for Children

2017 Recommended Immunizations for Children

Please click the image above to view the updated recommended immunizations for children 7-18 from the CDC. Read More
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