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Clinic/School Nurse


743-3655 ext. 4129

The clinic is designed to provide only minimal emergency care. It is imperative that parents provide accurate emergency information in the event that soap/water are not sufficient first aid to handle the needs of the student. 

ADMINISTERING MEDICINE AT SCHOOL
NO MEDICATION IS TO BE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL BY THE CHILD.
THE PARENT MUST BRING THE MEDICATION TO SCHOOL.

  • Medication, non-prescription as well as prescription, to be given at school requires the parent to complete the form, CCPS Medication Administration Request Form.
  • A written order from the student's physician giving the name, dosage and time interval of medication is required for each prescription medication. The medication along must be brought to school by the parent or guardian in the original container, properly labeled by a registered pharmacist.  
  • No prescription medication can be accepted without a physicians written order.
  • Students are responsible for remembering to come to the clinic to get their medication. Any uncertainties you may have in reference to administering medication should be referred to the clinic immediately. Under no circumstances will medication be given without written parental consent.
All medication can be picked up by the parent by the last day of school. 
All medication not picked up by the parent will be disposed.


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