Lockport City School District School Health Services

  • William J. Baier, M.D., School Physician
    139 Professional Parkway
    Lockport, NY 14094
    (716) 433-6711
    WorkFit Medical Occupational Health Services
    Heather Hosking, RPA-C, Director of Comprehensive School Health Services
    1160 Chili Ave Suite 200
    Rochester, NY 14624
    Cell: (585) 739-1039
    Fax: (585) 235-4191


  • New York State Public Health Law 2164 requires certain immunizations for school attendance. A copy of your child’s immunizations is required for attendance in school. Immunizations are available from your physician or free of charge from the Niagara County Health Department by appointment (Phone: 439-7430). Please submit proof of your child’s immunizations to the school nurse. Students are not allowed to attend school after a specific time without acceptable proof of required immunizations. Please contact your child’s school nurse for assistance. Due to New York State Requirements, all students in grades 7-12 must receive the Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine.

    Reference: Policy 7511 in the policy manual.

Influenza Educational Materials

  • The Flu: A guide for parents

    The flu - A guide for parents, September 2023

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  • Parents: Fight Flu at Home and School / Padres: Combatan la gripe en casa y en la escuela

    September 2020: Each year, to comply with New York State Public Health Law (PHL) § 613, licensed and registered day care programs, nursery schools, pre-K, kindergarten, school-age child care programs, and public and non-public schools are required to post information about influenza (flu) and the benefits of flu vaccination at the start of flu season in early fall. This year, flu vaccination is more important than ever because the flu and the virus that causes COVID-19 may both be spreading. Flu vaccination will help reduce the spread of flu and help ease the burden on our health care system.

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  • Flu Parent Guide

    Influenza (also known as flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs. Flu is different from a cold, and usually comes on suddenly. Each year flu viruses cause millions of illnesses, hundreds of thousands of hospital stays and thousands or tens of thousands of deaths in the United States.

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  • Flu Prevention

    Everyday preventive actions can help slow the spread of germs that can cause many different illnesses and may offer some protection against the flu.

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School Nurse Directory

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Health Services Forms

  • Dental Health Form
    DEPARTMENT: Health Services
    Emergency Health Form
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    Health Appraisal Form
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    Health History Form
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    Medical Homebound Instruction Application
    DEPARTMENT: Health Services Student Services
    Medication Authorization Form: Field Trip
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    Medication Authorization Form: School Sponsored Event
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