Forms & Resources
Medication On Campus:
So that we can do our best to keep our students safe and healthy on campus, we have fine tuned a few regulations pertaining to medication on campus. Please know that this is to better your experience, not to serve as an inconvenience.
- LCS' medication policy requires a medication distribution form signed by a physician/nurse practitioner for prescribed medications. Prescribed medications (i.e. epi-pen, antibiotics, etc.) will need to be dropped off at the front office in the original container (with name and instructions) and the appropriate form so that it can be stored for your student and dispensed according to instructions.
- Over-the-counter medication can be administered to students with parental consent. If over-the-counter medication is necessary for your student, parents will be asked to supply that medication along with the appropriate form so that it can be stored for your student and dispensed according to instructions.
- If your child has a medical condition such as asthma, allergies (requiring epi-pen), or diabetes, you will need to have your physician fill out an action plan. These are required for our staff to respond to emergencies. Your child will not be able to attend off-campus school-sponsored activities without this documentation.
All necessary medical forms can be found linked below and on the Student/Parent page of the website.