FAQ

My student had fever/vomiting/diarrhea yesterday, can they return to school?

No, students must be fever/vomit/diarrhea-free for 24 hours WITHOUT the administration of medications. Fever is considered 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher taken orally.

Can I send my student with medication?

No, any medication must be sent in it's original container along with a completed and signed Medication at School Form. For all long term (more than 10 days) daily medications, the prescribing physician must complete and sign the Medication at School Form.

This campus does not keep stock medications, students may bring their own over the counter cough drops, contact solution and lip balm from home to carry in their backpacks.

Can my student carry their own medication?

No. Students will only be allowed to self-administer inhaled asthma medication, an Epi-pen, or Diabetes treatments if they have written permission from the physician. Please see the district Medication at School Policy under the Forms section.

Student illness while at school:

Students must go to the nurse's office for assistance if they become ill during school hours. If they call or text you during school hours to come pick them up it will be an unexcused absence without a note from a doctor's appointment.

Immunizations

Liberty Hill Independent Schools must adhere to vaccination guidelines put forth by the state.