Medication Consent Form & Policy

Click on a links below to obtain the medication consent form in English, Chin, and Spanish, or to read our Board policy related to medications in its entirety. Before bringing any medications to school for your child, check the expiration date. All medications must be in their original containers and prescriptions must have the pharmacy label affixed. Parents must bring medications to school for students in grades pre-K through 8. Students in grades 9 through 12 may bring medications to school.

For the 2020-21 school year, nebulizer breathing treatments will only be allowed if it’s a special exception. Please contact your school nurse if you think your child should receive a nebulizer breathing treatment at school. These treatments can aerosolize respiratory droplets, which could potentially spread COVID-19. If a nebulizer treatment is medically necessary, there are stringent guidelines in place. Otherwise, please bring a multi-dose inhaler (MDI) to the clinic for your child.

Medication Consent – English

Medication Consent – Chin

Medication Consent – Spanish

Use of Medications at School – Board Policy

Consent for Student to Carry Medication at School