At Southern Boone High School our mission is excellence in learning for all.
Southern Boone High School serves students in grades 9 to 12. If you have questions regarding our school or the opportunities here, feel free to contact our office at 573-657-2144.
Flu Vaccination Form
The 2020-21 injectable Influenza vaccine (flu shot) will be given free of charge to students at Southern Boone High School on October 26, 2020 from 9-11am. The Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services will be onsite to administer the vaccine in the Commons. This opportunity to have your child vaccinated is strongly encouraged, but it is NOT mandatory.
For your child to be vaccinated, the 2020 Influenza “Flu” Vaccine School-Based Clinic Consent Form must be:
The injectable flu vaccine (flu shot) is the only type of flu vaccine that will be offered. FluMist nasal spray will not be given this season. The Vaccine Information Statement for the flu shot can be found at: http://www.immunize.org/vis/ . You may also contact your school nurse or the Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services for Vaccine Information Statements.
If you decline, or do not return the required permission form to the school, the free flu vaccine will not be given to your student at school.
If you return the consent form, and your child receives the flu vaccine elsewhere, it is important that you notify your school nurse immediately. This will prevent your child from receiving an unnecessary second dose of vaccine.
Boone County’s free flu vaccine program is made possible by these generous partners:
These organizations are funding free flu shots for all Boone County children age 6 months – 18 years of age. Children who do not get the vaccine at school may receive free flu shots at the health department clinic, 1005 West Worley. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 573-874-7356.
If you have any further questions please contact your school nurse Aly Weter, RN at 573-657-2144.
Patrons and Students,
In an effort to meet the needs of our students, the district purchased a new service to help identify and resolve concerns. Whether it is bullying, violence, crime or something you just need to talk to someone about, please let us know. Tell a parent, tell a teacher, or use our school hotline.
If you send a text message, a school official can reply to you. If you call, you will be asked to leave a voice message that a school official can listen to. They are not able to see your phone number or identity. To the extent that the caller wants to be, concerns can be expressed completely in an anonymous approach.
Posters have been hung in each of the building promoting the system.
The success of every student is critical. If concerns are not resolved effectively it affects kids in negative ways. I encourage you to report concerns to the building administrators or myself. In the event that you do not feel comfortable reporting concerns in person, then I ask that you call our school hotline at (573) 271-2010.
Dale Van Deven Brandy Clark Amy James Justin Griffith
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