22-23 SY Information
Loudoun County Public Schools requires a NEW provider/physician order each school year for the medication or specialized care which your child receives at school. If your child will continue to need medication or specialized health care at school, you and your child’s licensed healthcare provider must complete and sign the proper form(s). Please note that parents may not amend the provider’s order for managing the child’s medical condition.
PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING IN ALL MEDICATION - Students are NOT permitted to carry medication unless under physician order on record.
The required forms are available in the health office at your child’s school or online at www.lcps.org. Click on the “Families” tab and the forms will be found under Medication at School. The forms should be returned, along with the appropriate medication, in the original, pharmacy labelled container, the week before school starts to the Loudoun County Public School that your child will be attending. Please refer to the “Medication at School Guidelines” for further information regarding medication at school.22-23 LCPS COVID ProtocolsFound here: https://www.lcps.org/Page/237796
22-23 Back to School Checklist from the Clinic
New and Returning Students:
A reminder to contact your students' physician to have any Asthma, Allergy, and Seizure Action Plans completed prior to the start of school. These forms can be found on the Student Health Services website. A new plan must be completed for every school year. Please contact our school Health Clinic Specialist, Mrs. Melissa Hausch for further questions Melissa Hausch
KINDERGARTEN and NEW Students:
For the 2022-2023 school year, please make sure you have submitted your student’s physical, TB Screening, and Immunizations. These documents are required to complete the registration process.
If we have not received these documents, your student WILL NOT be able to attend school on the first day. You can send any missing documents to Melissa Hausch
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