Administration of Medication at School
Ed. Code § 49420-49425;District Policy 5141.21/Ed. Code § 49480A designated school employee may administer medication during the school hours only upon written request of both the physician and parent(s) or guardian, detailing the method, amount, and time the medication is to be taken.
Administration of Medication
Medication will be administered only to students whose parent and physician deem it necessary for potentially life-threatening medical conditions or for those who need medication administered during the school day in order to interact appropriately at school.Authorization forms for medication are available to download below, or at each school office. Medications must be brought to the school office in their original container. Parents are encouraged to ask the child's physician to prescribe long-acting medication if possible, so that medication does not need to be given at school.
Continuing Program of MedicationState law requires that parents or guardians notify the school when their child is on continuing medication for a non-episodic condition (such as asthma, hay fever, hyperactivity, diabetes, epilepsy.)
Last Modified on June 24, 2014