All medicine to be taken at school, prescription or over the counter must be turned in to the Health Office.
If medicine must be taken during school hours, it should be left with the School Health Care Specialist in its original container along with written orders from the doctor and a parent/guardian consent form.
**MEDICATION INCLUDES but is not limited to....any kind of cough drops (even if pectin based), cough syrup, vitamins, aspirin, Tylenol, ibuprofen, Motrin, calamine, bacitracin, neosporin, etc.
Students may come to the Health Office to take their medicine at the prescribed time.
The Travis Governing Board wants assurance that medication for students is administered under safe conditions, per Education Code Section 49423.
A school form granting permission to take medication shall be signed by the parent/guardian. This form is available on our website or in the School main office.
What happens to my child's medication at the end of the school year?
Medication must be picked up by parent/guardian by the last day of school.
All medications left at the end of the school year must be destroyed. Any medication left on the last day of school will be kept in the health office, and properly disposed of.