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Vision and Hearing

Vision and Hearing Program

Vision and Hearing Program

 

The purpose of any screening program is to detect any student with a suspected vision or hearing deviation that requires a professional examination in order to obtain a diagnosis and treatment, if required.  A student’s screening is to be appraised by a qualified personnel authorized by the district. (Education Code 49452, 49454)

Students shall have a screening during kindergarten or upon first enrollment in elementary school, and in grades 2, 5, and 8. The student’s vision may be appraised with the use of an eye chart and a scientifically validated photo screener.  (Education Code 49455)

 

Color vision shall be tested once and only in male students in grade 2. External observations of the student's eyes, visual performance and perception shall be done by the school nurse and the classroom teacher. (Education Code 49455)

The parent will receive a written referral notification for a failed vision and/or hearing screening, as well as, the need to obtain a professional evaluation.