• - Only the school nurse, parent or guardian shall administer medication in school.
    - The parent/guardian must contact the nurse's office to discuss medication that is to be administered in school.  An adult should bring all medication to the nurse's office. Written permission by the physicain and parent/guardian must be on file in the nurse's office before any medication can be administered.
    - Medication to be administered must be in the original prescription container with the student's name as well as the physician's name and instructions on the label. All medications shall be stored in a locked container.
    - Specific instructions are necessary from the physicain if a student has asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, latex allergy, peanut allergy and/or bee sting allergies. These orders should include name of medication, dosage, treatment regimen, and emergency care measures.
    - Over-the-counter medication to be administered in school must have a physician's order and a written permission from the parent/guardian.