School Health

School Health

School Health

The school health team at Midview Local Schools actively collaborates with families, students, staff, and community resources in order to promote the health and well-being of Midview students. 
The school nurses have many repsonisbilies.  These include, but are not limited to:
  • Maintaining, evaluating, and interpreting health information of students
  • Developing and implementing Individual Health Plans for students
  • Participation on IEP teams when needed
  • Implementation and supervision of school health policies, protocols, and medications
  • Planning and providing emergency training for illness and injury for students and staff 
  • Helping to control of communicable diseases by enforcing state immunization laws
  • Serving as the liaison between home and school on student health-related issues and problems
  • Provide health education to students within the district 

Meet the District School Nurse

Sheryl Rini, R.N. is the Midview Local School District Nurse.  Mrs. Rini has been a registered nurse since 2009.  Mrs. Rini has offices in West Elementary, the Middle School and the High School and is present in the district Monday through Friday.  
Becky Casto, L.P.N. is the school nurse for the North Elementary and East Intermediate and is present in the district Tuesday through Friday. 

Both of our school nurses are employed by Lorain County Public Health (LCPH) and serve the community as Public Health Nurses. They are able to utilize and refer the Midview students and families to the vast amount of resources LCPH has to offer. 

Remember, "Healthy Kids Achieve More." 

Immunization Requirements

Vaccination requirements by grade level:
  • Kindergarten: 4 or more DPT*, 3 or more polio, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 MMR, 2 varicella 
  • Grades 1-6: 4 or more DPT*, 3 or more polio, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 MMR, 2 varicella  
  • Grades 7-11: 4 or more DPT*, 1 Tdap* booster, 3 or more polio, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 MMR, 1 MCV4*, 2 varicella 
  • Grades 10-11: 4 or more DPT*, 3 or more polio, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 MMR,  1 MCV4, 1 Tdap*, 1 varicella* 
  • Grade 12:  4 or more DPT*, 3 or more polio, 3 Hepatitis B, 2 MMR,  2 MCV4*, 1 Tdap*, 1 varicella*
*DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis), polio (#4 given after the 4th birthday), Hepatitis B (#3 not given before 24 weeks of age), MMR (measles, mumps, rubella-#1 given on or after the first birthday), varicella (chickenpox-#1 given on or after first birthday)  
Please click on the link below for a more detailed view of required immunizations broken
down per grade: Immunizations by Grade Level 

Smiles Program

Smile Programs…the Mobile Dentists can provide both preventative and restorative care for your child. Preventive care consists of a complete dental examination (cleaning, x-rays, and a fluoride treatment).  Restorative care may include fillings, extractions of infected baby teeth, pulpotomy (treatment of the nerves inside of baby teeth) and/or crowns.  Dental services are paid for through your insurance provider.  Smile Programs can provide free preventative services to families who need financial assistance or subsidized fees for those who qualify.  Contact the district nurse for additional information.   Currently we offer this service in North, West, East, and Midview Middle School.

Contact Information

Mrs. Sheryl Rini
District Nurse
Mrs. Becky Casto
Midview North & West Nurse


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