Health Services

Health Services Contact Information

School Nurse
Eileen Smith, RN
201-767-7224 ext. 55130

Regional Programs Medical News:

  • NJ Familycare Health Coverage:

Department of Education regulations at N.J.A.C. 6A:16-2.2(i) require school districts to make accessible information regarding the NJ FamilyCare Program for students who are knowingly without medical coverage.

For more information regarding the NJ FamilyCare program, you may go to:

  • Immunization Requirement Fact Sheet:

School immunization laws are one of the most effective tools for preventing outbreaks of contagious diseases in schools and communities. All 50 states have school immunization requirements. Administrators of all New Jersey public and private schools, including childcare, preschool, Head Start, and K-12, are responsible for ensuring that all students are in compliance with N.J.A.C.8:57-4, Immunization of Pupils in School regulations. 

Information is available at:

Additional information about vaccinations and schedules may be found at:

  • Influenza Vaccine Requirements:

New Jersey requires all children six months through 59 months of age attending any licensed child care or center or preschool facility annually receive at least one dose of influenza vaccine between September 1 and December 31 of each year. Children who are vaccinated with the 2012-2013 seasonal influenza vaccine prior to September 1 are considered in compliance with the regulation. There is no grace period for unvaccinated children. Students who have not received the influenza vaccine by December 31st must be excluded from the child care/preschool facility for the duration of influenza season (through March 31st), until they receive at least one dose of the influenza vaccine, or until they turn 60 months of age.

An Immunization Requirements FAQs at is available at:

  • Meningococcal

  • Bergen County Department of Health Services

  • NJ Parent Link

  • HPV Vaccine: Information for Parents – New Jersey

  • Concussion Fact Sheet

  •  Sports Related Eye Injury

  •  Sudden Cardiac Arrest Eye Injury

  •  ​Does your child suffer from frequent nosebleeds?