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Yes, beginning Fall 2015, all students entering the sixth and twelfth grades will be required to show proof of recent meningococcal conjugate vaccination (MCV). Click here for details.
The BTHS District 201 school calendar for the upcoming school year will be posted by May 1. You can find it under “Parents & Students” on the website —-School Calendar.
Senior pictures are taken during the summer before senior year. A letter with the list of approved photographers and further details will be mailed to all current juniors at the beginning of May.
Please complete this form to access your student’s information on the Parent/Student Grade Portal. Then, you will find a link to the Grade Portal on the District website in the top left corner quick links or bottom footer quick links section.
Yes, for that school year only. Sports physicals must be updated every thirteen months, per IHSA rules.
State of Illinois certificate of child Health examination form. You can download the form HERE.
The first day of school. It must be the completed physical. No appointments are accepted.
Transcripts for current students and students of the graduation class from last May are kept at each individual school in the counseling office. Graduates from all other years are kept at our district office. If you are a night school graduate, you can get a transcript by contacting the night school office. Please see our “Colleges & Careers” page for more detailed transcript information.
WEST: See the registrar, Robin Dronen in the Counseling Office.
EAST: See the registrar, Pat Mertens in the Counseling Office.
Please contact our Department of Transportation, Rhonda Woodfin, at 618-222-8202 and she will be able to tell you whether you will be attending Belleville West or Belleville East High School according to your address.
Current student health records are available at each campus’ Health Services. Former students should contact the superintendent’s secretary at 222-8241 for a copy of their health records.
If resting will help a student remain in school, a rest will be allowed, but only if the student has a pass from a current class teacher and is not missing a test or presentation. As a general rule, students may not rest for a full academic period.
If a student requires any prescription or nonprescription medication, including Tylenol and ibuprofen, during the school day, a Medication Authorization Form must be completed by both the attending physician and the parent or guardian. These forms must be completed annually.
Prescription medication brought to school must be in a current pharmacy labeled container. Non-prescription or over-the-counter medication must be in the manufacturer’s original package and labeled with the student’s name.
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The student should obtain a room to room pass from their teacher prior to coming to Health Services. The student should come to Health Services and sign in at the window. The student will be assessed. If the student is too ill to stay in school, a parent or emergency contact will be notified.
A physician’s order is required for use of the elevator. The student should bring the physician’s note to Health Services. The student will be issued a “Leave Early Pass”, which will allow the student to leave class five minutes early to provide the extra time needed to ride the elevator and avoid crowded hallways.
If a student cannot attend PE for an extended period of time, he or she should bring a physician’s note to Health Services to initiate the process. A meeting between the student, the counselor and the nurse will then take place to determine the best option for the student.
A physician’s note is required to excuse a student from PE for more than three days. The physician’s note should be brought to health services.
The student’s parent/guardian should write a note stating why the student cannot participate in PE. The student will give the note to the PE teacher and the PE teacher will send the student to Health Services. Depending on the circumstances, the student will participate as able, write a Health related report for PE, or rest in Health Services if injury/illness dictates it.
If a student transfers to Belleville Township High School District 201 from another Illinois school, a copy of his or her physical examination from that school is usually sufficient. Students who transfer from another state or country must have a physical examination and up-to-date immunizations within 30 days of the registration date.
Incoming freshman are required to submit a physical examination and proof of required immunizations by the first day of school. This physical exam date may not be more than one year older than the first day of school. This physical exam will also count as a sports physical if the student plans to participate in athletics that year. Other non-incoming freshman students, or upperclassmen are not required to submit another physical exam unless they are participating in an athletic activity. Sports physicals must be updated every thirteen months, per IHSA rules.