Concussions

For information and educational resources for parents and students regarding concussions please follow this link to view the Grand Erie District School Board Concussion and Head Injury Policy.


A note from the Public Health Nurse

All children who are in school, between ages 4 to 17, need to be immunized according to Ontario's Immunization Schedule. Getting immunized protects children from many serious diseases that spread quickly and easily in schools.

To attend school, children need to have proof of immunization against

  • Tetanus/Pertussis/Measles
  • Diphtheria/Meningitis/Mumps
  • Polio/Varicella*/Rubella

Children who are not fully immunized or have not reported their immunization(s) to the health unit may be suspended from school.

*For children born in 2010 and later

What you need to do:

Check with your doctor or the health unit to make sure your child has all the immunizations needed to attend school. If your child has followed Ontario's Immunization Schedule then they will not be suspended.

Your doctor is not required to report your child’s immunizations to the health unit. Reporting to the health unit is the parent’s responsibility.

For more information, visit the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care website, www.health.gov.on.ca, and search “Immunizations for School Attendance” or call us at 519 753-4937 ext. 451.

Phone the Brant County Health Unit at 519-753-4937 ext. 450, email dental@bchu.org or visit the website at www.bchu.org/dental for more information.