Vision screening is required for children entering kindergarten. Utah state recommends screenings in grades 1,3,5,7, and 10. School nurses can help educate parents about the vision exam requirement during kindergarten orientation. School nurses can also organize free screening clinics for those who cannot afford an eye exam by a professional. The purpose of the clinic is to detect Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) as early as possible. Kindergartners should then have their eyes screened again once they are in school.