Health Room

  • Parent Guide for Medications at School

    The following is required before any medication/treatment can be taken by or administered to or by a student on school grounds. This includes medications, devices or other medical supplies that are kept in the health room or a student may carry on his/her person including but not limited to an insulin pump, insulin injection devices, inhalers and EpiPens.

    Physician’s Authorization for each medication or treatment.
    You will obtain this from your child’s provider. The form needs to be signed by both the prescribing physician and the parent/guardian.


    • Must be in the original container with a pharmacy label
    • Not expired
    • Label must match the prescribing Physician’s Authorization
    • When filling prescriptions to be kept at school, please request the pharmacy label’s expiration date to state, “See Manufacturer’s Medication Expiration Date.”
    • Must be delivered to the school by an adult and counted/signed in with the nurse or health room designee.
    • Recent photo of your student to be attached to the medication/treatment administration record for identification purposes.

    Parent Guide: Too Sick for School

    Home is the best place for a student who is ill. There are also some conditions that
    require a student to be out of school, such as a fever of 100 or greater or

    Does your child have any medications they need to take? If they do, please take a look at the following guide.
    Parent Guide for Medications at School

    Is your child feeling sick? Take a look at this guide to determine if they should go to school. 
    Parent Guide Too Sick for School