Immunization & Medical Update from Mrs. Scott

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1) All kindergarten students need to provide a completed immunization record to the office on or before the first day of school

2) Immunization Summary for School Attendance

3) Policy For Medications While At School

  • No medications will be given unless the proper documentation is received
  • Paperwork expires at the end of each school year
  • All forms will need to be resubmitted annually
  • Forms can be found on the Quick Links section of the MLSD Web Site
  • Over the counter medication
    • Must have the Authorization for Non-prescribed Medication form filled out and on file in the office/clinic
    • Medication must come in the original container/bottle
    • Meds brought in a bag/envelope will be disposed of
    • Middle & High School students may keep over the counter meds such as Tylenol, Ibuprofen, cough drops, etc. in their locker as long as the form is on file in the office
  • Prescription medications
    • Must have the Parent Request To Administer A Prescribed Medication form filled out and on file in the clinic/office
    • Must have the Licensed Prescriber’s form filled out by their doctor and on file in the office/clinic
    • All prescription medications must be brought into the office by a parent
      • Students are not permitted to bring medication in
      • A staff member will count the number of medications with the parent present
      • Staff member and parent will document amount received
    • If the dosage changes during the year, the doctor will need to complete a new form with the correct dosage
    • Medications will need to be picked up and signed for at the end of the year
      • After two weeks, any medication left at school will be discarded

4) All medical forms are located here

If you have any questions, call Olivia Scott at 330-868-4011 ext. 2





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