Vision Resources


 

Vision screening is a simple test that indicates whether a child may or may not have a vision problem. This is important, as it’s estimated 80% of learning is visual.  Catching a vision problem early can have a profound effect on a child’s life.

In Klein ISD, students in Pre K, Kg, 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th grades receive vision screening. As well as any student new to Klein ISD age 4 years through 12th grade.   If students do not pass the screening, they should be taken to see an eye doctor, such as an optometrist. If you need help finding an eye doctor or need a voucher for a free appointment, contact your school nurse.

Following the eye doctor appointment, it is important to provide the school nurse with information on the outcome of the visit. Returning this form to the school nurse following the appointment helps the school support the student.

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