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Supernrse01 has 18 years experience and works as a School nurse.

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1 hour ago, Eleven011 said:

Can you guys not send medication home with kids?    I have a spot on my medication form where parents can check that they will either pick up their kids medication at the end of the school year or to send it home with them on the last day.    I only have leftover meds if I happen to miss a kid (not here on last day) or they move unexpectedly.  

We don't allow our students to transport meds to or from school. A parent must drop it off and pick it up. Too much liability and worry about who may get their hands on it. Students that keep epi and inhalers in their possession have an entirely different set of paperwork filled out, in order to be able to do that and even then I worry.

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1 hour ago, kunaspud said:

I will send it home with a student with parent permission, if it is an epi or inhaler (middle school). But no way no how, even if I could, send meds home with a student for ADHD. 

Same. Unless student is 18. then they can sign up on any meds.

I also waste at a local police department for non pick-ups (or if parent wants me to waste). I have my boss sign off that I wasted for myself as well.

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