It’s fall which means we are seeing FLU, common colds and stomach bugs are starting to show up around campus.
If your child has a life threatening health condition (Asthma, Severe Allergy requiring an Epi-Pen, Seizure, Diabetes) please be sure to bring in your child's care plan and medication to the nurse's office as soon as possible.
If your child will require medications at school, we must have medication orders signed by the doctor and the parent/guardian and medication in the original container before we can administer medication at school. Only medication which cannot be given at home will be given at school.
All over-the-counter medicines (OTC) such as cough drops, cough syrups, antihistamines, creams, lotions, sprays, and pain relievers are not allowed at school unless accompanied by a signed written physician's order giving specific instructions for administration and a signed parent permission form. The OTC medication will be kept in the nurse's office under the same security as prescription medication.
No medications will be given unless there is a prescription label on medicine and a signed consent form in office. Medicine will only be given to follow doctor’s order.
All students in grades Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, and 5th grade will have their vision and hearing tested. We will only notify those that are referred to see a doctor of results.
Please notify the school nurse of any medical condition changes, or restrictions to activity immediately.
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