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DO NOT keep medication in your locker or backpack.  If it is necessary for you to take medication during school hours, take it to the office.   We must have a signed Medication Permission form for any type of medication including over-the-counter. 

All medication, prescription and over-the-counter, must follow California State Health and Safety Codes and district policy.  In most instances, students with inhalers and epi-pens are allowed to carry them with the proper paperwork.  All other medications must be kept in a locker in the school office.  School personnel will give your child medication at school if the following guidelines are met:

1.    Parent and physician complete the Permission Form for Administering Medication in School.  You may obtain a form at the school office or click below to print a copy.   

2.    Bring medication to the school office in a pharmacy-labeled bottle that includes student name, medication name, dosage and time to be given.  Over-the-counter medications must be in the original bottle. 

3.    The Permission Form for Administering Medication in School must be updated yearly.​


Permission Form to Administer Medication at School (English) 

Permiso para medicamentos en la escuela (Espanol)



 TUSD Health Services

​If you have any questions, you ​can contact the district Health Services Department at 209-830-3241.