To Provide the Best Education Possible for Each and Every Student

myMTLSD
Dashboard
MTLSDHome
Email Access
Public Folders
Site Administration
SubFinder
School Messenger

Home
About Us
District Offices
Calendar
Parents
School Board
Superintendent
Budget
District News
Strategic Plan 2012-18
Student Support
Health Services
Human Resources
Technology
Food Services
High School Renovation
Curriculum
Fine Arts
Athletics
Continuing Education
Gold Card
PTA
Alumni
MLFE
MTL Community
S.A.F.E
Search

Login

Health Office Hours and Staff Immunization Requirements New Students State Requirements Pennsylvania Health Screening Program Medication Administration Health Fact Sheets Health Information Links Health News MRSA

Mt. Lebanon School Distirct Medication Administration

The administration of student medications, either prescription or non-prescription, during school hours is discouraged as there are safety concerns about students forgetting to take the medication, having a reaction to the medication, or other students taking the medication.

If a physician deems it medically necessary for students to take medications, either prescription or non-prescription, during the school day, the Authorization for Medication Form (#440), signed by the parent and completed and signed by the physician, must be returned to the Health Office with the medication in the appropriate pharmacy-labeled container (over-the-counter medications should be in original bottle).  A new form is required for each medication change, dose change, time change and for each school year.  It is the responsibility of the student to report to the Health Office for his/her medication.

Please remember that your child may not receive his/her medication if these procedures are not followed.

Please feel free to contact the school nurse if you have any concerns regarding this matter.

Print Page 2014 Mt. Lebanon School District Terms of Use