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Medication Administration Information & forms

Under most circumstances, prescription and non-prescription medication should be taken before or after school, and under parent or medical supervision. If a student must take or receive prescription or non-prescription medication while on school property or during district-sponsored events, his/her parent must first submit written authorization. District staff may monitor all situations involving student medication, and inspect any medications brought onto District premises. If written, parental authorization is not on file at a school, student medication may be confiscated and parents notified.
NOTE: All medications brought onto school grounds must be in their original packaging, with the pharmacy label (prescription) or package instructions (nonprescription) clearly intact and readable. Parents, please deliver new medications and refills to the school office.

School Medication Policy

Forms must be completed for prescription and non-prescription medication administered at school unless you have already completed a Health Plan which includes authorization for medication (see below). For additional information about medications at school, please review the Parent Instructions for Students Taking Medications. For further questions contact your child's school office.

Parent Instructions for Students Taking Medications (pdf document)
File Size: 69.9 kb

Medication Administration Authorization: Preschool/Elementary (pdf document)
File Size: 228.17 kb

Medication Administration Authorization: Middle/High Schools (pdf document)
File Size: 99.4 kb


Immunization Requirements


Immunization Requirements 16-17 (pdf document)
File Size: 120.5 kb

Health Plans

If your child has a diagnosed medical condition, please complete the appropriate health plan. All health plans include an authorization for medication administration if medication is required for that medical condition.

Asthma Action Plan (If student is self-administering medication, health care provider signature is required on this plan.)

Anaphylaxis & EpiPen Action Plan (to be completed by parents). Must also submit Health Care Provider Action Plan below.

Health Care Provider Action Plan for treating Anaphylaxis and EpiPen Administration (to be completed & signed by HC provider)

Seizure Management Plan

Diabetes Medical Management Plan (to be completed & signed by HC provider)

Allergy Management Plan

Health Management Plan (Use for medical conditions that are not among the list of health plans)

Diseases & Conditions

Severe Allergy Handbook

ND Health Dept. Disease Fact Sheets

ND Health Dept. Child Care/School Infection Control Manual

Management of Staff or Students with Communicable Diseases/Conditions

Head Lice Policy

Head Lice Management

Head Lice Myths & Facts

ND Health Dept. Head Lice Booklet


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