If your student takes a prescription medication at school (inhalers and insulin included), new paperwork must be filled out each school year. Please use the link below to print a copy of the form for your child’s doctor to complete and sign. You must also sign the form yourself, as the legal parent/guardian. Once completed by both yourself and the physician, please send the form and the medication to the school, to give to the School Nurse. All prescription medications must have a pharmacy label.
Please remember cough drops are viewed as an over-the-counter medication. Cough drops, TUMS, Ibuprofen/Advil, Acetaminophen/Tylenol, and Benadryl are all over-the-counter medications that require a medication administration form signed by a parent/guardian. You may download the form here, print it out, complete and sign, then return it to the School Nurse. Any medications you send to the school must have a label/be in the original container. No unlabelled medications are allowed.
Please have your child’s physician complete, sign, and return this form each year, along with their detailed care plans. You, as the parent/guardian must also sign the form before returning to the School Nurse. Please remember when sending medications to the school to include all emergency medications, as well as fast-acting carbs for hypoglycemic episodes, and glucagon for emergencies.