Medication in the school

During the school year we have requests from parents to administer prescription and non-prescription medication to their children. please follow these instructions:
will be given to students provided the following is on file at the pupil’s school: Authorization signed by a parent or Guardian; and written instructions from student’s physician or typed instructions on the prescription bottle which states:

  • Name of Student
  • Name and Dosage of Medication
  • Time and Administration of Medication
  • Name of Physician
  • All medications for students below ninth (9th) grade must be brought to school and picked up from school by parents / guardians.
  • Students in ninth (9th) grade and above must have a note from their parents to take medication to and from school.
  • All medications must remain in the school clinic unless otherwise specified by the students physician and parent and approved by the school doctor.
  • All medications for students below ninth (9th) grade must be brought to school and picked up from school by parents / guardians.
  • Must be sent in the original container and must be accompanied by a note from the parent
  • include a note explaining the dosage of the medication and the time of administration
  • If dosage exceeds the manufacturers recommended dosage, a physicians note must verify the dosage
  • all medications must be age appropriate for your child’s safety, medication will be given only if it is sent with a note and is properly labeled
  • Aspirin or other non-prescription drugs will be given only if furnished by the parent and accompanied by a note from the parent and allqwed by the school doctor
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