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According to Byng School Policy and School Health Law, if it is necessary for a Student to need medication at school the following information must be provided by the Parent/Guardian before the medication will be given:
Name and strength of medication
Time to administer medication (as needed or daily)
Purpose (reason) for the medication
Parent/Guardian signature, date, and contact number
Must be in the original bottle or package (most pharmacies will label a school bottle when asked)
Medication must be delivered to the School Nurse or Principal's office by the parent.
Any medication not picked up by the parent/guardian by the end of school will be destroyed.
The above information applies to prescription and non-prescription (over-counter) medications and are in place for the safety of all students
A student that needs to carry and self administer emergency medication (asthma inhaler or epi-pen) must have a completed Self - Administration of Emergency Medication Authorization form on file in the Nurse's Office or Principal's Office. An emergency back-up supply of the medication needs to be provided to the school.
A printable copy of the Authorization to Administer Medications or Self- Administration of Emergency Medication can be found under files below.