• MEDICATIONS IN SCHOOL

      Downloadable medication permission forms are below

      Parents are encouraged to administer medications to children at home whenever possible. If your child requires medication administration during school hours, please speak with the school nurse and review the following forms, policies, and regulations. 

      SEVERE ALLERGIES

      • Epi-Pens and Benadryl can be kept in the nurse's office. Notify the school nurse if you are unable to print the following forms as one can be sent/mailed home.

      ASTHMA

      • Children can self-carry their inhalers if the appropriate paperwork is on file in the health office. Otherwise, medication needs to be kept in school. Notify the school nurse if you are unable to print the following forms as one can be sent/mailed home.

      DAILY MEDICATIONS

      • After a physician-completed permission to medicate form is reviewed by the school nurse, you and your child's teacher as well as the nurse will work out the optimal time for daily administration of medication.

      PLEASE NOTE

      • Students CANNOT transport a medication to or from school. Medication must be dropped off to the school nurse by parent/guardian. This is to ensure student safety and proper handling of medication.

       

      DAILY MEDS, AS-NEEDED MEDS
      Permission to Administer Medication Form


      ASTHMA MEDICATIONS, INHALERS, NEBULIZERS
      Asthma Action Plan & Permission Form


      EPINEPHERINE & BENADRYL
      Allergy Action Plan & Epinephrine/Benadryl Form


      SEIZURE ACTION PLAN & MEDS FORM
      Seizure Action Plan & Med Form

      WELL CHILD HEALTH PHYSICAL FORMS
      Universal Child Health Record

       

      STSD Medication Administration Policy     |     STSD Medication Administration Regulation