Students must obtain a Clinic Pass from the teacher before reporting to the Clinic. The Clinic nurse will determine the course of action to be taken. This may include signing/checking out. Any student who has medical problems should have a letter on file in the Clinic and Guidance Office so the school is aware of any unusual problems. For each medication, the parent or guardian will fill out a medication form which allows the clinic staff to administer the medication at school. Students cannot carry any medications at school. Over-the-counter drugs MUST be in their sealed containers and delivered by the parent or guardian when received by school personnel. Prescription drugs must be in a pharmacy prescription bottle with student's name, name of drug, prescription number and current date, along with administration information. All medications must be counted when received. Self-administration of ANY medication by the student requires a form provided by the Clinic Nurse and signed by the doctor and parent (Inhalers, Epipens, etc.) No medications are to be transported via the school bus system. Only under unusual circumstances will a student be allowed to transport medication. More information can be found in the Student Handbook.