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Camp Kindergarten students enjoying play time outside. Some of Oakview's AEA Members 2nd Place for Project in Robotics Students from Oakview Elementary participate in the 2018 ACTC-FIVCO Science Fair. Students from Oakview Elementary participate in the 2018 ACTC-FIVCO Science Fair. A student from Oakview Elementary participate in the 2018 ACTC-FIVCO Science Fair. A student from Oakview Elementary participates in the 2018 ACTC-FIVCO Science Fair. Oakview continues to celebrate National School Lunch Week.  Mrs. Gover at Oakview Elementary dresses up as a chicken in celebration of National School Lunch Week. Picture of Oakview Staff working at McDonalds on teacher night. Photo of students who won prizes at McTeacher Night. Teachers dressed as S'm.ores on the first day of school. 2015-16 College and Career Ready School Oakview Elementary received Distinguished status from state for 15-16 test scores. Distinguished!

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School Immunization Update

Any student that has not yet obtained a NEW and current immunization certificate, listing all required shots, must have one prior to the 2018-19 school year. The Department of Public Health promulgated a new immunization regulation (effective June 21, 2017) with a new vaccination schedule (effective July 1, 2018). The previous immunization regulation and certificate did not include Hepatitis A. Because the prior certificate did not include Hepatitis A, it can no longer be used for school attendance. The new certificate was released in the summer of 2017. A copy of the new certificate is available online on the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) website. A physician’s office may print out an immunization certificate electronically for school attendance as long as the certificate meets all requirements outlined in 902 KAR 2:060.

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