Consent to Treat
These documents must be updated each school year. They are provided electronically as a part of the online registration process for both existing students and new enrollments and should be completed prior to the start of the school year. School nurses may provide non-emergency first aid treatment, emergency care, and conduct health screenings to students without the return of the Consent to Treat form. If you choose to decline nursing services please provide a letter to the school clinic.
A Consent to Treat form and a Request to Administer Medication form must be filled out for any student who will receive recurring care (medication administration, treatments, chronic health care, etc)
All students will be treated in the case of an emergency.
Medication consent forms are necessary for any medication to be given by the school nurse during the school day. A parent or legal guardian must complete the form for each medication and bring the medication to the school. The form will be kept on file in the school nurse clinic. Prescription medications must be brought with the current pharmacy label attached. The nurse must follow the instructions on the prescription label. Over the counter medications must be in the original container. The school nurse will follow instructions on the label unless otherwise instructed by a health care provider’s written order.
– Medication Consent Form (Spanish)
– Consent to Carry Emergency Medication Form
Emergency Action Plans
If you have indicated that your child has a chronic health condition on the Health Concerns form please have your health care provider fill out one of the following action plans and return to your school nurse. These should be updated at the beginning of each school year.
Life Threatening Food Allergy Packet Forms
– Eating and Feeding Evaluation Medical Order Form
– Parent and Student Responsibilities
Other Allergy Action Forms