Health Services StaffElementary K-1
The Board of Education has established a policy that every student must have an Emergency Medical Authorization (EMA) card completed and signed by his/her parent in order to participate in any activity off school grounds. This includes field trips, spectator trips, athletic and other extra-curricular activities and co-curricular activities.
Our schools make the Emergency Medical Authorization card available to every parent at the time of enrollment. Failure to return the completed form to the school will jeopardize a student’s educational program.
All prescribed and over the counter medications are to be delivered to the school clinic by an adult. The school nurse/clinic assistant is available to discuss the procedure for medications and treatments. The school nurse/clinic assistant will keep these orders on file in the clinic. No medications or medical treatments are to take place in school without the knowledge of the nurse/clinic assistant.