No. If your child wakes up with a fever, please do not send him/her to school. Your child will need to be kept home until they have been free of fever for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication.
You should keep your child at home and observe them for the day. If your child continues to vomit, starts to run a fever, have diarrhea, or develop any other symptoms you may need to contact your pediatrician. Your child will also need to be free of fever, vomiting, or diarrhea for 24 hours without being medicated before returning to school.
My child has a medical condition which requires him/her to take medicine at school, can I send the m
No. All medication must be brought to school by an adult. Prescription medication must be in a prescription labeled bottle with your child's name and correct dosage ordered. Over-the-counter medication must be in an unopened container. If your child requires medication during school hours, medication authorization forms need to be filled out by your child's doctor and parent signature is also required.
My child has a food allergy, I know the school is required by law to carry Epi-pens, do I need to co
Yes. If your child requires an Epi-pen at school, you will need to continue to bring his/her own personal Epi-pen. Schools are required by law to stock epinephrine, however, if your child requires epinephrine it is still the parent's responsibility to provide their child's personal Epi-pen.