STUDENT NAME ______________________________________GRADE_____
List ALL PRESCRIPTION medication your child takes on a regular basis both at
home and school. Al medications must be delivered to school by a parent or
The fol owing medications are available in the Health Room in generic form.
Please place a check mark in the box next to each medication your child is
authorized to receive from the OLGC Registered Nurses.
Acetaminophen 325mg (generic for Tylenol)
Ibuprofen 200mg (generic for Advil/Motrin)
Sudafed PE 10mg (non- drowsy decongestant)
Benadryl 25 mg (anti-histamine, allergies)
Neosporin Ointment (antibiotic ointment)
Hydrocortisone Cream 1% (anti-itch cream)
I authorize the OLGC Registered Nurses to administer the above selected
medications as specified by the manufacturer of the “over-the-counter” product
or as directed by the prescribing physician. This form must be on file for the
authorized administration of OTC medications as outlined in the Guidelines for
Use of Protocols for School Nursing Practice.
I agree to abide by the Our Lady of Good Counsel Medication Policy found on
the back of this form and in the on line Parent/Student Handbook.
PARENT SIGNATURE __________________________________DATE_______
THIS INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OLGC WEBSITE
• The Maryland State School Medication Administration Authorization Form
is available on the school website. If your child is on a prescription
medication, please have your physician fil out the authorization form for
each prescription medication your child wil be taking at school.
• Medications must be delivered to the school by the parent/guardian in the
original prescription container, with the pharmacist’s label attached. If the
medicine is an over –the –counter medication, it must be unopened and
delivered in the manufacturer’s original packaging.
• Students are NEVER permitted to carry any medications other than
prescribed emergency medicines. (Inhalers for asthma or Epi-pens for
• Students are NEVER permitted to return to school on narcotic medication
for pain management. These medications may cause dizziness, light-
headedness, sedation, as wel as other symptoms which make it unsafe
for them to be in school. If the pain is severe enough to require a narcotic,
• Over the Counter medications are available in the Health Room for those
students who have a current Medication Consent form on file. The
Medication Consent form is required every year for every student and is
• Any change in dosage of a prescription medication must be authorized in
• The parent/guardian is responsible for col ecting any unused portion of
medication within one week after expiration of the physician’s order and /or
the end of the school year. Medications not claimed at that time wil be
• Please notify the Nurse in writing if your child has had a change in his/her
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