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- 2021-2022 Guide for Families
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For more information about school immunization requirements and resources, see below.
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Health Office Information:
The Health Technician takes care of first aid and emergencies. In the case of student illness at school, the Health Technician will notify parents or the emergency contact listed on the Emergency Contact Form. No registered nursing services are provided at the school on a daily basis. The school does not supply medications of any kind.
Please let the Health Technician know if your student has a life-threatening illness such as diabetes, seizure disorders, or severe allergies (bees/food). We want to be prepared to provide safe care for your student. Please be advised that there are no emergency medications at the school; parents are responsible for providing Epipens, Benadryl (or other), glucagon, and insulin. If no supplies are provided for your student, we will call 911 whenever there is a concern.
Please keep your student home for 24 hours:
- After fever over 100.0 (37.5c) has broken without using medication
- After vomiting or diarrhea has stopped
- After starting antibiotics, including those for eye and skin infections
All medications, prescription, and over-the-counter medications require an Authorization for Medication form to be completed by both parent and physician. For students with emergency medications such as Epi-pens/Auvi-Q, inhalers, please complete the Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan. For students with Diabetes, please bring a Diabetic Plan signed by the doctor. A Seizure Action Plan is included below.
All medication brought to school to be administered to the student must be in its original prescription container or for over-the-counter medications in its original manufacturer's container, clearly marked with the student's name, the prescribing physician, the medication, route, dosage, purpose, and pharmacy.