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Non Prescription Medication Form :: For medications that are not prescribed by a physician, such as Tylenol, Motrin and Cough Drops
Prescription Medication Form :: For daily medication given at school that is prescribed by a physician
Asthma Safety Plan :: For children with asthma (When using this form, you do not need to fill out a Prescription Medication Form.)
Allergy Emergency Plan :: For children needing an Epi Pen at school (When using this form, you do not need to fill out a Prescription Medication Form.)
Seizure Safety Plan :: For children that will have Diastat at school
Prescription Medication, Asthma Safety, Allergy Emergency and Seizure Safety Forms will all need a Physician's signature.
Please do not send any medications with your child to school.
If medication is needed, print and fill out required forms for your child. Please bring the completed form and medication to Nurse Megan in the school office.
End of Year Medication Information
All medications (prescription and non-prescription) MUST be picked up by a parent, guardian or parent-designated adult, by the last full day of instruction, and/or if the child transfers to another school. The school is unable to properly store medications over the summer.
Medications that remain in the school clinic will be disposed of on the last full instructional day of school, May 15, 2020, after 6:00 p.m. (unless other arrangements have been made)
Should you have any questions, please contact Megan R. Greeson BSN, RN, our school nurse, at
For more information regarding the Sumner County School Nurse Program, please click here.