Prescription medication: must only be given to the child named on the prescription. Prescription medication must be labeled with: child's name, the date the prescription was filled, the name and contact information of the prescribing health professional, the expiration date, dosage amount, length of time to give the medication, and instructions for administration and storage.
Non prescription (over the counter) medication must be brought to the early learning or school age program by the child's parent or guardian in the original packaging with expiration date and labeled with the child's first and last name. It must only be given to the child named on the label provided by the parent or guardian. Instruction on the label must be followed, unless the parentor guardian provides a medical professional's note.
If the packaging label does not include expiration date, dosage amount, age, and length of time to give the medication, then written authorization from a health care provider twith prescriptive authority is required, as well as the written and signed consent from the child's parent or guardian. This includes: vitamins, herbal supplements, fluoride supplements, homeopathic or naturopathic medication, and teething gels or tablets (amber bead necklaces are prohibited).
I hereby give permission for the staff of Spokane Montessori School North to give my child the medication as prescribed above.