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2023-2024 Medication Authorization and Administration Forms
Parent Information Re_ Medication Administration (1) (1).pdf
BCPS Medication Authorization 23-24 (1) (1).pdf  

School Nurse: (updated 05/04/22)

With the onset of allergy season, we wanted to remind you that we do not have allergy or cold medicines in the clinic.  Should your child require allergy or cold medicine, please medicate him/her prior to their arrival at school.

The benadryl we stock is for emergency allergic reactions involving acute respiratory distress only.  (i.e.: bees, peanuts, etc…) It is not given for stuffy noses or itchy eyes.

The Johnson Health Center's Mobile Medical Unit will be offering Sports physicals, School-entry physicals and Immunizations!!  Click on the link to the left to view the flyers.

Clinic Reminders: 

  • If your child does not have the required form for Tylenol/Benadryl, we cannot administer it to them.
  • We will be mailing asthma, allergy, seizure, daily meds, diabetic, and health service care plan forms home for the 2023/2024 school year. Please have them filled out and signed by the physician over the summer and return to the clinic the first week of school. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please Remember:

If your student has medication or supplies in the clinic, please make arrangements to pick them up by the last day of school.  Any medication not picked up must be destroyed.

12th Grade Entry Requirements:
arents of rising 12th grade students: To align with current guidelines, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation effective July 1, 2021, that requires students entering 12th grade to have received the Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY) vaccination.  Proof of the vaccine will be REQUIRED prior to the start of their 12th grade school year.  If there is no documentation of this vaccine, your student will NOT receive their teacher or virtual remote access.