Benadryl. If your child has a life threatening reaction to foods, products or stings and requires Benadryl to be given at the first sign of a reaction, you will need a medication authorization form completed and signed by your child's doctor. You will also need to send the Benadryl to school in the original container.
The school does not supply Benadryl.
Epipen. If you have indicated that your child needs an epipen for a life threatening reaction to foods, products or stings you will need to send in the epipen and a medication authoriztion form signed by your doctor.
Over the Counter medications such as Tylenol or Motrin can not be given without a doctors authorization. The school no longer supplies these products and the nurse can no longer give these medications without the doctors authorization.
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