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Medical Conditions

  • Health Forms
  • Asthma
    • Asthma and anaphylaxis are life-threatening conditions, and students with those conditions are entitled to possess and self-administer prescription medication while on school property or at school-related events. Student possession and self-administration of asthma or anaphylaxis medication at school requires the student to demonstrate his or her ability to self-administer the medication to the student’s physician or other licensed health care provider and the school nurse, if available. Requirements also include written authorization from the student’s parent and physician or other licensed health care provider on file in the school office indicating the student is capable of independently administering his or her own asthma or emergency anaphylaxis medication. Medication in a student’s possession must be in an original container with a prescription label. Please note that most pharmacies will place a label on the inhaler device upon request. If the student has been prescribed asthma or anaphylaxis medication for use during the school day, the student and parents should discuss this with your school’s health office staff.
    • Asthma Action Plan for School Form
    • Self-Administration of Asthma or Anaphylaxis Medication
  • Diabetes
    • In accordance with a student’s individual health plan for the management of diabetes, a student with diabetes will be permitted to possess and use monitoring and treatment supplies and equipment while at school or at a school-related activity. Contact your school’s health office for information.
    • Parental Authorization for UDCA form
  • Seizures
  • Medication Administration

Request for Administration of Medication form