Each campus has a designated health center area that can be used to address medical situations, but a certified nurse is not on staff. Please review the Student & Parent Handbook for all health policies and procedures but keep the following in mind for the upcoming school year.
NEW FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED EVERY SCHOOL YEAR OR WHEN ANY CHANGES OCCUR IN THE STUDENT’S HEALTH CONDITION OR MEDICATION/TREATMENT DURING THE SCHOOL.
- Medication Policy: All medications must be turned in at the Health Center and a Medication Permission Form must be completed and signed for any student needing to take medication during school hours on a daily or temporary basis. Students are not permitted to carry any medication on campus. A Written Medical Request/Authorization for self-administration is required if the student needs to carry self-administering medication (i.e., EpiPen or Inhaler).
- Prescription Medications must be in the original prescription bottle/container labeled with the Pharmacy label displaying the student’s name and current dosage instructions.
- Over the counter medications must be age appropriate and in the original bottle or package and labeled with the dosage instructions. A doctor’s note is required to override any dosage instructions otherwise. Please check expiration dates to determine when the medication needs to be replaced or discarded.
- Sports and Field Trips: a designated staff member will be responsible to dispense medications accordingly.
- Allergies: To comply with policies and procedures, please complete an Allergy Verification Form for any type of allergies your student may have. A Written Medical Treatment Plan for Anaphylaxis Emergencies is required as part of the verification form. Medications must be brought to the Health Center and a Medication Permission Form must be completed for us to dispense the medication(s) accordingly. Please sure to follow our school policy regarding dispensing of medication. A new verification form must be completed when any changes office in the student’s Allergy Condition or Medication/Treatment Plan.
- Chronic Health Condition: A Chronic Health Condition Form must be completed by the Physician/medical provider and turned in along with the Written Medical Treatment Plan and medication(s) if applicable. Parent/Guardian to complete the personal information (name, address, DOB, etc.) and signature on the second page only.
Please refer to our Student & Parent Handbook regarding all other Health and Injury/Accident Policies.
Please click the appropriate link below to access other health center forms that may be required for your student.