MEDICATION AT SCHOOL
Prescription medications and over-the-counter oral medications may only be used by students or given to students at school, when a written authorization - from the licensed health professional prescribing the medication - is on file in your child's school.
In order for students to take or carry medication of any kind at school, a parent/guardian must provide the appropriate form(s), completed by the Health Care Provider who sees the student. This must be done every year for each medication.
Permission to Administer Medication at School
Medical Authorization for Asthma Management at School
Severe Allergy Management at School Medication Order
Medical Authorization for Emergency Seizure Medication at School
Medication cannot be given without the completed form. This requirement is a law in Washington State.
Each medication must be delivered to the school in its original container with a label including:
Providing the required paperwork, authorizations and medications will help make school a safe and healthy place for your child.
Please feel free to contact the Nurse if you have any questions or concerns.