No "Announcements" exist(s)
Forms to filled out for any student requiring epinephrine at school.
In order to provide the best possible care for your child, it is important that I know when there has been a change in your child’s medical condition. This may includes an ear infection, strep throat, a new allergy, scheduled surgery or a new medication. It is also helpful to let me know if there are any social/emotional changes in your family. Factors at home that often affect children’s coping abilities may include a new baby, a sick grandparent, a death, divorce or other stressors. Please feel free to call me or stop in at any time.
Medications will be given by the school nurse only upon receipt of this medication authorization form. This is required for both over the counter and prescription drugs. All medication must be in the original container. And finally, medication must be transported to and from school by an adult. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
All transfer and kindergarten children are required to have a complete physical examination by the family physician before being admitted to school.
Although it is not required, it is highly recommended that your child have a physical exam by your primary care physician at least once during each developmental stage:
Early childhood (pre school through grade 3)
Pre-adolescence (grades 4-6)
Adolescence (grades 7-12)
At the middle school level physical examinations are required for students involved in varsity and intramural sports. It is recommended that the primary physician perform the physical. Contact the school for the Sports Physical forms. If the student does not have a primary care physician then arrangements can be made for the school doctor to do the exam.
You can use these guidelines for healthy snacks at school and at home.