Important Information

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    Don't Send Medications with Students

    Parent/Guardians be advised that no medication may be transported to school by a student. Medication must be checked in to the school clinic by an adult and a Medication Consent Form must be completed. Regarding prescription medication-a Medication Consent Form and a Physician Authorization Form/written statement must be brought in by a parent or faxed from the physician to the school clinic before the medication can be administered. Please call your child's school nurse for further details on this procedure.

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    Keep Us Updated!

    Please remember to keep your child's health information up to date. Contact the school nurse if your child has a medical condition that warrants a Health Care Plan which may include, but is not limited to: Food Allergy, Insect Allergy, Asthma, Diabetes, or Seizure Disorder. The school would also need doctor's orders and parent consent for any prescription medication(s), parent consent for any over the counter medication(s), and any supplies needed for your child's care. All forms needed may be obtained in the school clinic or via download on this page.

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  • HPV Informational Letter

    Parents/Guardians: Please review the following informational letter regarding HPV . Should you have questions-please contact your Healthcare Provider and/or your school nurse.

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  • Routine Preparations Used in School Clinics

    School nurses and clinic assistants may use the following routine preparations in caring for a student: Bacitracin Ointment, Bactine First Aid Spray, Alcohol Wipes, Saline Eyewash, Caladryl, Hydrocortisone Cream,Cough Drops, Aloe Gel/Lotion, Contact Solution, and Vaseline.

    Please notify the school nurse at your child's school if you DO NOT want the clinic staff to use any of these preparations in the care of your child.

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