Health Services

Medication Administration Procedures

ALL medication must be brought to school by a parent and kept in the nurse's office in a locked cabinet.

  •  If a parent is unable to bring the medication, please contact the campus for further assistance.
  • All controlled medications will be inventoried in with the nurse and parent.
  • Both prescription and non-prescription medications must be brought to the school in their original, properly labeled container. Prescription medication must contain a current pharmacy label.
  • A medication authorization form must be signed for all medications that are to be administered to the student.
  • School personnel will not give any medicine, including over-the-counter medications and products, to students except as authorized by district policy, district standing orders, or with a signed medication authorization form.

This procedure is necessary to protect the health and safety of your child. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter for those reasons.

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The School Health Advisory Council

The School Health Advisory Council (SHAC), comprised of parents and community stakeholders, collaborates to establish healthy behaviors in children. Through the SHAC, effective health education, age-appropriate behavior interventions, and injury prevention strategies are created which can:

  • Increase academic performance
  • Decrease absenteeism and drop-outs
  • Reduce the risk of premature death
  • Decrease healthcare costs
  • Improve economic productivity

Meeting Information

Location: JISD Administration Board Room Time: 5-6 p.m.

Meeting Dates

September 29
Future meeting dates will be shared at a later date.
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