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Click Here to Download Provider/Parent Authorization Form

Any student who needs medication given at school MUST have a Provider/Parent Authorization form signed by both physician and parent.

Forms may be picked up at each school or at the physician’s office.

  • Over-the-counter medicines will require a Provider/Parent Authorization form to be signed by both the parent and the Physician. Over-the-counter
    medicines will no longer be accepted or administered without a physician’s authorization.
     

  • All medicines given at school must be brought in by the parent/guardian. Medicines should never be brought in by the student. When a medicine is
    brought in by the parent, the pills/capsules must be counted by the parent and school nurse before the parent is allowed to leave the medicine.
     

  • All medicines must be in a pharmacy-labeled container. An over-the-counter medicine must be in a new unopened package.
     

  • Any student who needs over-the-counter medications during school hours but who does not have a physician’s signed authorization may have the
    parent/guardian come to school and administer the child medicine if so needed.
     

  • Students with Epi-pens and asthma inhalers will need to meet with the school nurse before an Epi-pen or inhaler is left at school.
     

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