• An EpiPen at school

    In order for your child to have an EpiPen in school, the following must be done:
    • Your child's physician must complete and sign the Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan.
    • The parent/guardian must sign the bottom of the Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan (remember to indicate on the bottom of the form if you wish for your child to sit at a peanut/nut free table at lunch).
    • EpiPens must be in the prescription labeled box and hand delivered to the school nurse by the parent or guardian.
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  • Asthma Inhaler at school

    In order for your child to use an inhaler in school, the following must be done:
    • Your child's physician must complete and sign the Asthma Treatment Plan.
    • Parents/Guardian must sign the bottom of the Asthma Treatment Plan.
    • Inhalers must be in the prescription labeled box and hand delivered to the school nurse by the parent or guardian.
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  • Medications at school

    In order for your child to take a prescription or nonprescription medication at school the following must be done:

    · The Medication Authorization Form must be completed by parent and physician and be kept on file in the Health Office

    · All medication (prescription and nonprescription) must be in its original container and properly identified. It must be hand delivered to the school by the parent/guardian and kept in the Health Office.

    · Students may not carry medications with them to school.

    · Your child's physician must complete and sign the Medication Authorization Form.

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  • Concussion Forms

    If you child is diagnosed with a concussion the ACE Concussion Plan form must be completed by a physician before your child may return to school. 
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