Instructions to complete health/medical Out-of-Town/Overnight forms
 
Field Trip

 

  • All students must have a completed Out-Of-Town/Overnight Field Trip Medical Release form (Notarized).
  • Student who have asthma need a completed Asthma Action Plan.
  • Students with severe allergies that required the use of an epi-pen or benadryl need a completed Emergency Plan for Severe Allergies.
  • Student who will be taking medication during the Out-of-town/Overnight field trip must have a completed Administering Medication to Students form for each medication that is to be administered.
    • Prescription medication must have both the parent and provider signatures.  The medication must come in the original container dispensed from the pharmacy.
    • Non-prescription medications need only the parent’s signature.  The medication dose cannot exceed the manufacture’s recommended dosing.  The mediation must be in the original container. Please label the container with your child’s name.
    • Students in grades 9-12 can carry and self-administer all over-the-counter medication and prescription medications that are not controlled substances, as long as parents have indicated on the Administering Medication to Students form that they can do so.  At no time will a student be able to carry and self-administer a controlled substance ie: Adderall, Ritalin, Concerta, Vicodan etc.. 
Please complete the forms below that apply to your student's health needs while participating in an overnight/out-of-town field trip.  If you have questions contact the school district nurse.