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    If your child needs a prescription medication administered during the school day, you must sign a parental consent form. I will then obtain a signed doctors order for the prescribed medication. Please contact me if your child will need a prescription medication during the school day.

    Over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen, tylenol, and benedryl can be administered during the school day by the school nurse. These medications are stocked in the health office during the school year, so no need to bring in tylenol or ibuprofen.

    Parental permission for OTC medications MUST BE given at the start of each school year. This can be done electronically when filling out registration information. OTC medications CANNOT be administered without parental permssion. Please make sure you fill out this very important electronic form

    Students may not carry any OTC or prescription medications on their person or in their backpack. Exceptions are made for asthma inhalers, Epi-pens, dietary enzymes and insulin, however MD, school nurse, and parental permission are required.

    Any prescription or OTC medication that will be adiministered during the school day MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE NURSE BY A PARENT. All medication must be in its orginal container with the appropriate prescription label. 

    Your school nurse will notify you when your child's medication supply is running low. Also, please remember to pick up any leftover medication at the end of the school year.