Important Information for Parents - From the Clinic

A medical reminder to parents: If your student has a potentially life threatening condition (such as asthma, seizures, significant allergies), an Emergency Care Plan must be on file with your school each school year.

Also, students are not allowed to carry medication of any kind on campus without proper authorization. Below are the links necessary to have the proper paperwork on file with School Health Services.

Emergency Care Plan - For students who have a potentially life threatening health condition. Must be completed by physician and parent/guardian. http://schools.volusia.k12.fl.us/vcsforms/pdf files 2004/2004-308.pdf

Authorization for student administered epinephrine auto-injector – Authorizes student to carry auto-injector on person. Must be completed by physician and parent/guardian. (For student to keep on person) http://schools.volusia.k12.fl.us/vcsforms/pdf2006/2006-046.pdf

Authorization for Student to Self-Administer Medication. Authorizes student to carry prescription (non-narcotic) and over-the-counter medication. Must be completed by physician and parent/guardian. http://schools.volusia.k12.fl.us/vcsforms/PDF Files 2004/2004-348.pdf

Authorization for medication administration by school personnel. Authorizes Volusia County School Board personnel to administer prescription and over-the-counter medication to student. Must be completed by physician and parent/guardian. http://schools.volusia.k12.fl.us/vcsforms/pdf files 2004/2004-347.pdf

If you have any further questions, please 386-822-6909 ext. 23698