1.All medication must be in its original container and be properly labeled. The pharmacy label must state the student’s name, medication, dosage, doctor’s name, and date prescription was filled. The prescription is to be current within the last 12 calendar months. Non-prescription drugs should have the student’s name affixed to the original bottle, and the doctor’s orders. 2.After five (5) consecutive school days, students on non-prescription drugs will be required to submit a physician’s authorization for continuance of medication. 3.Any unused medication left over two weeks after the last dosage will be destroyed. 4. Changes in prescription medications require either a new prescription labeled bottle or written physician request for dosage change. A new parental permission request is to accompany any change in medication. 5.It is requested that medication be brought to the office by the parent and given to the school designated person. No medication will be transported by any school transportation service personnel. 6.Vitamins, minerals, diet supplements, and special diets will not be administered by school staff except from a physician’s written order.