Promoting the health and safety of school-aged children
At Interior Health, we want to help create healthy schools! After all, a healthy school contributes to the safety and health of our children, our youth…our future! By working together, we can create the healthiest schools possible.
In this section you will find information to protect and promote the health and safety of school-aged children.
Parents of school-aged children can contact their local health unit for information about their child's health including:
Missed any preschool vaccines
Have a chronic medical condition
Are aged 4-6, and grade 6 and 9
Health information on:
For more information, view our list of community resources or contact HealthLink BC, 24-hours a day, by dialing 8-1-1.
School health services provided by Public Health Prevention staff.
Kindergarten Parent Letters
BC Community Health profiles
The BC Community Health Profiles provide local data for use by health authorities and local governments to support collaborative community health planning. They offer an introduction to community health data and present this data at the lowest geographic level available (census sub-division or local health area level, whenever possible), but are not meant to replace the comprehensive local health area profiles that are developed by Interior Health.