Medication Forms Now Available Online
Students requiring medication at school, both prescription and over-the-counter, need to submit a Princeton High School Medication Authorization Form. The form is to be completed and signed by a licensed doctor and signed by a parent/guardian. The form and the medication, in the original container from the pharmacy, need to be turned in to the Main Office. The student may then self-administer the medication under the supervision of school personnel. Medication Form are now available online as well as in the Main Office.
Students with severe food or bee sting allergies that have a prescribed Epipen may carry it with them. An allergy action plan and medication form need to be completed and turned in to the Main Office.
Students may carry and use asthma inhalers as prescribed by their physician. The inhaler needs to be labeled with the student’s name, and the student is solely responsible for keeping it in their possession at all times. It is recommended that an asthma action plan be completed for students with asthma.
Addiontionally you can find the Freshman Physical Form online.
Susan Cater, R.N.