Immunizations Medical Excuse for Physical Education
Mantoux Skin Testing for Tuberculosis

Student Absences

Physicals for Transfer Students

Working Papers

Medical Emergency Information and HIPAA Authorization

Diabetes Support Group

Medications

Elevator Assistance

Health Screenings

EBOARD
Early Release Phone Extensions

Sports Physicals

Office Hours

 
 

Medications

 
 

Students who need to take medication (except for Tylenol) during the school day must have a medication form completed by both their medical practitioner and parent.  These forms are available in the Health Office and must be received before medication can be dispensed to a student.  The medication must be provided in a properly labeled prescription vial or a sealed over-the-counter container.  All medication must be transported to the school by a parent or guardian.   Students who request to have Tylenol administered during the school day must complete a form and it must be signed by a parent. 

Students who are asthmatic or have a potentially life threatening illness are permitted to self-administer prescribed medications while at school.  New regulations require that an Asthma Action Plan prepared by the studentís medical practitioner be returned to the Student Health Office.  Separate forms for asthma medications and epi-pens are available in the Health Office.