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A signed form from the prescribing doctor must accompany all medication coming into the school that must be administered by staff (antibiotics, Epipen, etc). These forms were sent home in Anaphylaxis/Asthma packages in June, can be downloaded here and will also be available at the school for those medications that are more temporary such as antibiotics.

These documents are required for all students with anaphylaxis, asthma, diabetes or seizure disorders.  These forms are handed out at the beginning of the year to those students and completed forms returned to the school so that we may keep your child safe.

Should your child develop one of these medical conditions mid-year, please let the office and classroom staff know immediately, and complete and return the appropriate form(s) along with any medication as soon as possible.

We can administer prescription medication in the office when necessary, so long as the proper paperwork (Medication permission form) is filled in and we have a bottle and proper syringe/cup for measurement. We also appreciate having a bottle that can stay at school for the duration of the prescription. 

Click here if you have a prescription medication that office/classroom staff will need to (potentially) administer to your child (eg antibiotics, epipen, inhaler) - this is a required form and medication cannot be administered without it.

Click here if your child has medication that they will potentially have to administer to themselves throughout the day (asthma inhaler). Please note that for safety reasons, students cannot carry medication around with them with the exception of an asthma inhaler or epipen.

If your child has asthmaanaphylaxis or a seizure disorder, please click on the appropriate link to print off the forms and bring them to the school office ASAP so that we can ensure that your child is protected.