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Medication

 

Any student that requires medication during the school day will be required to obtain an Authorization for Medication form from the Health Room. The form must be completed with the physician’s or parent’s signature. The medication will be kept in the Health Room and administered only as directed. NO other medications are supplied or dispensed by the Health Room, including cough drops, aspirin, Tylenol, and Advil. Medications must be delivered to the Health Room in original containers/bottles. DO NOT SEND ANY MEDICATION TO SCHOOL WITH A STUDENT.

Please click on link and print out appropriate form and return to Health Room with all information filled out and signed.

Parent Guide to School Medication Law

Medication Administration Form

Self-medication Agreement

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Cough Medicine Reminder

Parents, please be aware that our school medication policy includes such things as cough drops and cough/cold medicines.

Over the counter (OTC) medications also require a completed medication form and a parent signature with specific dispensing instructions. OTC medication must follow the manufacturer instructions and be in manufacturer packaging.

So, if you child needs a cough drop or cough medicine at school the parent/guardian needs to bring in the OTC medication in the original packaging along with filling our the Medication Authorization form. The student should not bring in a handful of cough drops to give to the health room assistant or keep in their backpack/pocket.

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Any student that requires medication during the school day will be required to obtain an Authorization for Medication form from the Health Room. The form must be completed with the physician’s or parent’s signature. The medication will be kept in the Health Room and administered only as directed. NO other medications are supplied or dispensed by the Health Room, including cough drops, aspirin, Tylenol, and Advil. Medications must be delivered to the Health Room in original containers/bottles. At the end of the school year, the parent/guardian should pick up any medication stored in the Health Room. Unclaimed medications will be discarded at 1:00pm on Friday, the day after school ends.

DO NOT SENT ANY MEDICATION TO SCHOOL WITH STUDENT

All prescription medication must be counted and countersigned by the parent/guardian-designated adult and the Health Assistant or office staff. It is imperative that medications be delivered and picked up by the parent/guardian or designated adult. Students with a diagnosed bee sting allergy should provide the school with one, unexpired medically prescribed Epi-pen.

 Cough Medicine Reminder

Parents, please be aware that our school medication policy includes such things as cough drops and cough/cold medicines.

Over the counter (OTC) medications also require a completed medication form and a parent signature with specific dispensing instructions. OTC medication must follow the manufacturer instructions and be in manufacturer packaging.

So, if you child needs a cough drop or cough medicine at school the parent/guardian needs to bring in the OTC medication in the original packaging along with filling our the Medication Authorization form. The student should not bring in a handful of cough drops to give to the health room assistant or keep in their backpack/pocket.

coughCough Medicine Reminder

 

Parents, please be aware that our school medication policy includes such things as cough drops and cough/cold medicines.

Over the counter (OTC) medications also require a completed medication form and a parent signature with specific dispensing instructions. OTC medication must follow the manufacturer instructions and be in manufacturer packaging.

So, if you child needs a cough drop or cough medicine at school the parent/guardian needs to bring in the OTC medication in the original packaging along with filling our the Medication Authorization form. The student should not bring in a handful of cough drops to give to the health room assistant or keep in their backpack/pocket.

Any student that requires medication during the school day will be required to obtain an Authorization for Medication form from the Health Room. The form must be completed with the physician’s or parent’s signature. The medication will be kept in the Health Room and administered only as directed. NO other medications are supplied or dispensed by the Health Room, including cough drops, aspirin, Tylenol, and Advil. Medications must be delivered to the Health Room in original containers/bottles. At the end of the school year, the parent/guardian should pick up any medication stored in the Health Room. Unclaimed medications will be discarded at 1:00pm on Friday, the day after school ends.

DO NOT SENT ANY MEDICATION TO SCHOOL WITH STUDENT

All prescription medication must be counted and countersigned by the parent/guardian-designated adult and the Health Assistant or office staff. It is imperative that medications be delivered and picked up by the parent/guardian or designated adult. Students with a diagnosed bee sting allergy should provide the school with one, unexpired medically prescribed Epi-pen.