Sports Physicals
UCHealth Sports Physical

Platte Valley School District and NextCare are partnering to provide $25 sports physicals.

When: Wednesday, June 5th. The tentative start time will be 9am. What: NextCare will be at the high school providing $25 sports physicals Who: All student-athletes grades 6-12

If you plan to have your child attend this clinic, please respond at this link by Monday May 27th so that we can get a head count. You do not have to be present with your child on June 5th. Children can get a physical without their parent present as long as they arrive with a completed "parent consent" form and cash/check. More information will follow via Remind by May 29th.

Health Staff Members
Immunization Deadline

November 1st is the deadline for making sure all students are compliant with state immunization law. Please make sure your student’s records with Platte Valley School District are updated anytime your child receives a vaccine.

If you are planning to file an exemption, you must either have a physician signature of counseling received or complete the Online Immunization Education Module in order to file an exemption. This is pursuant to the Colorado Immunization Bill (SB20-163) that went into effect with the 2021-22 school year.

Updated Immunizations records can be dropped off, faxed, or emailed to the school health office.   Thank you. Please let us know if you have any questions.

-Kim McConkey

PV Health Office Contact Info

Ph: 970-336-8525

Fax: 970-336-8635

Email: Nurse@pvre7.org

Public Health Information

Platte Valley School District will work in conjunction with CDE and local public health with regard to illness issues. The general message is simple. If your son or daughter is well, we want your student at school! If your child is sick and not feeling well, please keep him or her home. Our part will be as follows:

  • We will not require masks. If a student or stakeholder would like to wear a mask they may do so. We continue to ask that individuals continue to be considerate of others.

  • We will not contact trace.

  • We will not prevent others in a household who are not sick from attending school. If a student is sick, they should stay home. If a student has a temperature of 100.4 the student will be sent home. This is in accordance with historical practice so that your child can work on feeling better and we do not get other students sick.

  • We will reference Colorado Department of Health and Environment's Communicable Disease guidelines: "How Sick is too Sick?" when making the decision to send your child home or in allowing them to remain in school.

  • We will follow board policy as it relates to vaccinations, exemptions, and exclusions. This includes items such as Tuberculosis, Roseola, Head Lice, Chicken Pox, etc. Please refer to Board Policy JLCC-E(1) around Communicable Diseases.

It is important to understand these expectations may change based off of current situations and guidelines throughout the state.