Parent Resources

Click here for the Title I Parent Involvement Plan Masonic Heights
TAKING MEDICATION AT SCHOOL

The purpose of the district's policy is to support the health needs of children during school hours and to ensure the safety of all children. 
Key points to remember are:
Before any prescription  or non-prescribed medication can be administered in school, written authorization from the child’s physician and parent must be obtained and be on file in the school office. Forms for prescription and non-prescription medication are available in the main office. (Printable PDF version below). All medication should be brought to school by the child’s parent/guardian.  All medication should be in the original bottle or container or it cannot be administered.Containers should be labeled with the child’s name, medication, dose and time.
No medication will be kept more than one school year. At the end of the school year, if the medication is not picked up by a parent/guardian, it will be destroyed properly.

Making sure that our children are safe and healthy is our primary concern. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the school's main office. 

Click here for to download and print a Student Medication Form.
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