Parents have the primary responsibility for the administration of medication to their children. The school board, therefore, requests that medications be administered at home BEFORE or AFTER school. If you choose to have your child self medicate during school hours, the guidelines listed below must be followed:
- All medication must be in the unopened/sealed, original store-bought package.
- The package must be of a small size – no more than 24 tablets per box or 50 tablets per bottle or 2-4 fluid oz. liquid. REASON: THERE IS VERY LIMITED SPACE IN OUR LOCKED MEDICINE CABINET.
- Prescription and Nonprescription Medications: A school medication form must be completed and signed by both the parent and physician for all medications.
- A parent is to deliver and/or pick up all medication. Medication should not be sent to school with a child riding a school bus. Medication will not be sent home with a student.
- Click here to print a copy of the School Medication Form.
6th Grade Physical Information
Students entering the 6th grade are required by the State of IL to have a physical examination.
The student’s physical should be obtained prior to registering a 6th grade student. Immunizations must also be up-to-date.
A 6th grade student must show proof of one dose of the Tdap vaccine (defined as tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis) regardless of the interval since the last DTaP, DT, Td dose.
The physical should be turned into the office on or before the first day of school along with a completed immunization record. The Health History section located on the physical form must also be completed and signed by the parent or legal guardian. Those students not in compliance with the Illinois Health Requirements will be excluded from attending 6th grade until the requirement has been met.
6th Grade Dental Information
6th grade students are required by the State of Illinois to have a dental exam.
Students must be in compliance with the IL dental requirement by May of the student’s 6th grade school year.