Health and Safety Programs

Two Rivers Magnet Middle School Health and Safety

The Capital Region Education Council (CREC) recognizes that student wellness and proper nutrition are related to physical well-being, growth, development and readiness to learn. CREC is committed to providing a learning environment that promotes student wellness, proper nutrition, nutrition education, and regular physical activity as part of the total educational experience. In a healthy school environment, students will be expose to, and particiapte in positive nutrional and lifestyle practices that can improve student achievement. In accordance with federal and state law, it is CREC's policy to provide students access to healthy foods and beverages; provide opportunities for developmentally appropriate physical activity; and require all meals served to meet or exceed the stricter of either the federal nutirional guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture or the "Connecticut Nutrition Standards for Foods in Schools".

Click here to read the complete Student Wellness Policy.

Click here to read the complete Two Rivers Student Handbook.

Student health is monitored by Kimberly Leslie our full time school nurse.

School Based Health Center

School based health centers provide some of the basic tools to ensure a student’s success by keeping them strong, healthy and able to learn.  School based health centers were developed with the intent to bridge health and education with the objective of keeping students healthy so that they experience the fewest possible barriers to learning. Click on the link below to learn more!  If you have general questions concerning the School Based Health Center please contact  Kimberly Leslie, RN our school nurse.  For medical questions contact the health center's Patricia Baginski, APRN, or Kate Hyde, MSW, LCSW if your question is of a Social Work nature.

School Based Health Center Introduction

Notice of Privacy Practices

SBHC Annual Information Update Form

Consent and Acknowledgement Form

Release of Information Form

Dental Program

We are pleased to offer your child access to dental care at Two Rivers Magnet Middle School through a partnership with First Choice Health Centers. First Choice Health Centers will bring their dental bus to our school to provide dental cleanings, visual oral exams, fluoride applications, dental sealants as needed, and even restorative care as needed.  Students must register to have these services.

CREC First Choice Dental Program Letter to Parents

First Choice Dental Flyer

Dental Program Registration and Consent Form

Pediatric Patient History

2018 Flu Vaccine Program

Flu Vaccine Offer Letter to Parents

Flu Vaccine Consent Form

Vaccine Information Statement

Vaccine Information (Intranasal) Statement

The State of Connecticut HUSKY Health Program

Healthy kids do well in school! Is your child protected by health insurance? If not, Two Rivers and the State of Connecticut want to help. Please click on the HUSKY Health Program link below to learn more.

HUSKY Health Program

¿Tiene su Hijo Seguro de Médico ?
El programa HUSKY Health de Connecticut ofrece un seguro médico de bajo costo o gratis!

el programa HUSKY Health

Health Forms

Health Assessment Record (Physical Form)

Authorization for the Administration of Medicine by School Personnel

Health Services Standing Order

Sports Forms

Athlete Medical Consent

Athlete Sports Contract

Healthy Celebrations

Promoting a Healthy School Environment, brought to you by the State of Connecticut Department of Education

Middle School:  A Critical Age

Rapid physical and emotional changes, combined with the hazards of today’s society, make early adolescence a crucial
period for developing healthy habits. Middle school students are at a crossroads of sorts: they are too old for the day care
setting and possibly too young to participate in after-school sports and activities that often begin in high school. Cognitive
growth occurs gradually and irregularly, so most middle school students require ongoing, concrete, experiential
learning in order to develop intellectually. Many adolescents also begin experimenting with sex, tobacco, alcohol and other
harmful drugs, all of which pose serious threats to personal health.

-National Middle School Association, On Target