The Family Resource Center supports students in the Azusa Unified School District by providing a variety of services. These services include assisting families in need obtain things like back packs, prom dresses, food resources and bus passes. We can also assist with counseling referrals. Watch for more information about the services we provide as we add to this web page.
Immunization forms and other needed forms relating to student health will also be available online on this web page in the near future.
Severe Allergic Reactions
Anaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening hypersensitivity to a substance. The reaction can occur within seconds or minutes of encountering an allergic trigger, including but not limited to an insect sting, food allergy, medication, and in rare cases, by unknown causes. California Education Code (ED) Section 49414 requires school districts to provide emergency epinephrine auto-injectors in the event that a reaction occurs If you do not wish your child to receive epinephrine in the event of anaphylaxis you must submit your request in writing to your child's school.
Mandated Health Screenings
Azusa health services conducts mandated vision screenings in grades K, 2, 5, 8. Parents who do not wish to have their child screened need to provide a written statement to the school and a certificate from their healthcare provider. California Education Code (CEC) 49455 allows the screening mandate to be waived, if a parent so desires, by their presenting of a certificate from a physician or an optometrist setting out the results of a determination of the pupil's vision including visual acuity and color vision.
Azusa health services conduct mandated hearing screenings in grades K, 2, 5, 8, and 10. Parents who do not wish to have their child screened need to provide a written statement to the school.
Screening for scoliosis is done for girls in grade 7 and for boys in grade 8. Parents who do not wish to have their child screened need to provide a written statement to the school.