Welcome to the
Mountain Park Elementary Clinic
If you are not quite sure if your child is too sick to go to school, please read the following helpful document.
If your child requires any medication at school please read the 2017-2018 SHS Parent Information.pdf Letter to Parents
All Medication, both prescription and over-the-counter, must be brought to the clinic with an authorization form. Emergency medications must be brought in with authorization forms AND a Health Care Plan.
…be sure to have the medication authorization forms completed & signed by your physician and also signed by you, the guardian. Medications CAN NOT be brought to the clinic without the proper forms. These forms are only good for ONE school year.
Medications, both over-the -counter and prescription, must be brought in the original container. Parents, not students, must deliver these medications to the clinic.
If your will have any of the following medications at school, he/she will need a Care Plan to accompany the SHS1/ SHS2 authorization forms.
- seizure medication
|If your child needs:||bring in a completed & signed: |
|over-the-counter medication ||SHS1 authorization med form|
|prescription medication ||SHS1 authorization med form|
|rescue medication (epi pens, inhalers,|
|SHS1 authorization med form|
+ appropriate Care Plan
|to carry his/her meds (no meds in clinic)||SHS2 authorization med form + Care Plan|
For your convenience, please click on the links below to download and/or print a copy of the most frequently used clinic forms. These are the new forms for the school year, 2017-2018.
"Children must be healthy to be educated, and educated to be healthy"
Dr. Jocelyn Elder, Former U.S. Surgeon General