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Medication Policies

Policies have been put in place to ensure the health and safety of children needing medications during the school day as mandated by state law.

Our school district requires that the following forms must be on file yearly in your child's health
record before we begin to give any medications at school:
  1. Signed consent by parent or guardian to give the medication.
    Download printable form - (The free Acrobat Reader is needed to read and print this file.)
  2. Signed medication order. The prescription medication order form should be taken to your child's physician for completion and return to the school nurse. This order must be renewed as needed and at the beginning of each academic year. Any increase or decrease in dosage will require a physician's written order. Download printable form - (The free Acrobat Reader is needed to read and print this file.)
  3. Signed Inhaler Form. If your child needs an inhaler, there is a special form to allow the inhaler to be carried during school. Please Download and Print the form to turn in at school. ( Acrobat Reader needed.)

Medication should be delivered to the school in a pharmacy or manufacturer-labeled container by you or a responsible adult whom you designate. Please ask your pharmacy to provide separate bottles for school and home. No more than a thirty-day supply of the medicine should be delivered to the school.

When your child needs a medication to be given during the school day, please act quickly to follow these policies so we may begin to give the medication as soon as possible.

Last Updated: 11/8/11
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