Getting Ready for Middle School
What does my 5th grade child need in order to attend Middle School?
District Medical Handbook
This Handbook will answer frequently asked questions regarding District medical procedures including: Absences, Communicable Diseases, School Attendance, Health Screenings, Immunization Requirements, Injuries, Long Term Illness or Injury, Medication Use in School, Pediculosis Guidelines, Physical Education Excuses, and History and Physical Examinations.
Allergy Food Action Plan for Severe Food Allergies
This form must be completed and signed by the physician and parent/guardian if your child is required to use Epinephrine (Epi Pen) and/or any other medication for severe allergic reactions to food.
Allergy Plan for Severe Reactions to Non-Food Substances
This form must be completed and signed by the physician and parent/guardian if your child is required to use Epinephrine (Epi Pen) and/or any other medication for severe allergic reactions to insect bites, latex, or any substances other than foods.
Asthma Action Plan
This form must be completed and signed by the physician and parent or guardian if your child requires an inhaler or nebulizer treatments while in school.
Health History Update for Athletic Programs, Intramural Programs and Club Sports
Each student whose medical examination was completed more than 60 days prior to the first practice session, shall provide a health history update of any medical problems experienced since the last medical examination.
History & Physical Examination Form (Grades 6 - 12)
This physical examination form is used for students in grades 6-12 as well as for Athletic Pre-Participation.
This form will be the only form accepted if the student participates in the Athletic Program.
If your child requires prescription or over-the-counter medication during the course of the school day, this form must be completed by your physician and signed by the parent/guardian. Medications must be provided in the original pharmacy packaging.
Parent Epinephrine Delegation
This form allows parents to authorize delegates who have been trained to administer life saving Epinephrine in the case of a potential life threatening allergic reaction.