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 Emergencies Only from 8:45 - 9:15 a.m.



If a student must take medication during the school day, on a field trip, or during a school chaperoned “before” or “after” school activity, an “Authorization To Give Medication At School” form must be completed. Please remember the following requirements:

• Medications (both prescription and non-prescription) must be in the original labeled container. No baggies, foil, etc.

• Parent/guardian must provide specific instructions, as well as the medication and related equipment.

• It will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian to inform the school of any changes with the medication--new medication or new doses will not be given unless a new form is completed.

• All medication should be taken directly to the clinic by the parent and/or student.

• Unused medication will be disposed of unless picked up within one week after medication is discontinued.

• School employees will not assume any liability for supervising or assisting in the administration of medication.

• Completion of the “Authorization for Medication” form authorizes Student Health Services to discuss the medication order/request with the prescribing health care provider if indicated.

AMMS Clinic
770-521-7622 Ext. 146
Clinic Hours are 9:05 a.m. – 4:05 p.m.


Clinic Information & Forms

FCS Medication Policy

Health Services Parent Information


SHS-2 Form
Authorization for Students to Carry a Prescription Inhaler, EpiPen, Insulin, or Other Approved Medication

SHS-1 Form
Authorization to Give Medication at School


Special Dietary Needs Form


Special Dietary Needs Letter


Parent Resources
Too Sick for School?


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