Parents are reminded to provide medical information to schools
Posted on 09/18/2018
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Health information is important for the safety of your student in school. This includes but is not limited to medications, health conditions, and allergies. Parents are reminded that they are responsible for providing medical information on their child and updates as needed.

Regulations describe various health services, including health treatment procedures and emergency treatment plans (Regulation 757-3), allergic reactions (Regulation 757-2), administering medication (Regulation 757-4), administration of asthma medication (Regulation 757-5), and management of diabetes in a school setting (Regulation 757-6).  Regulations and forms are also available in school health offices.

If you are uncertain if your student requires a health plan, please consult with your school nurse. School nurses and school staff are authorized to follow the directions of your child’s health care provider.

Your child’s health and safety are the top priorities in our schools. Please help us keep your child safe by updating your child’s information. If you have questions, please contact the school nurse at your child’s school.