If your student often takes an over-the-counter/non-prescription medication (example: Tylenol, ibuprofen, hydrocortisone cream, allergy medication, eye drops, Tums, etc.), this form should be completed and signed by a parent/guardian. Students in kindergarten through sixth grade are required to keep over-the-counter medications in the school office and will take medication supervised by school staff. Parents/guardians are responsible for supplying the school with the medication in its original container from the manufacturer. Return completed and signed form to your child’s school.
Please note: If an over-the-counter medication needs to be taken on a daily basis, a health care provider's signature is required.
Medication Form 3
Students in grades seven through twelve are allowed to carry small amounts of over-the-counter medications in their original containers in their backpacks. Parents are responsible for ensuring students understand and are capable of self-administering over-the-counter medication, and medication may not be shared with other students. Parents/guardians of seventh through twelfth-grade students do not need to complete this form. If a parent/guardian of a seventh through twelfth-grade student would like an over-the-counter medication to be stored in the office, this form should be used.