Special Medication Conditions
Our goal is to have a safe and healthy environment for all students in the Bremerton School District. In order to best serve student needs, it is necessary for us to be aware of special medical conditions that affect our students. The forms and medical conditions listed here are the most common in children today and do require additional paperwork.Please contact the school nurse as soon as possible if your child has a special medical condition. A special medical condition may include the following: diabetes, seizures, or a severe life-threatening allergy. A nurse will meet with you and make an individual health plan for your child if needed. This written health plan will include input from the parent, the nurse, and the child's physician. This plan will then be put in place to make others in the school aware of your child's medical condition and how to respond to it. We adhere to strict confidentiality laws and respect all student information, only sharing with those who need to know based on direct contact with your student.
Download and UseOur forms and information are available for parents, Health Care Providers, staff, and others to download and use. These forms may require you to use Adobe Acrobat to view or print.
- Authorization for Release of Student Information
- Request for Giving Medication at School
- Student Asthma Action Card
Parents are reminded that all forms and medications must be renewed EVERY YEAR.
Last Modified on August 23, 2012