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Medication, Allergy, and Asthma Information and Forms



If your child requires medication during the school day, you MUST have the proper documentation in order for the medication to be given during school hours. This includes all prescription  and over-the-counter medications. Students are NOT permitted to carry any medications during school hours. 

  • Medication form must be filled out by the physician and signed by the parent/guardian. These forms are located on the right of this page.
  • Medication must be brought into the school by an adult. If it is a prescription medication, the medication must be brought in the original bottle/packaging with the pharmacy label on it.     



If your student may require the use of an inhaler during school, you must complete the New Jersey State mandated Asthma Action Plan.  This form can be found on the right of this page.  Both sides of the form will have to be completely filled out.  This form will need to be renewed each school year.  Please return to me as soon as possible.



If your student has life-threatening allergies and requires the use of an Epi-pen, please contact the health office so we can provide a safe learning environment for your child. If your child has been prescribed medication for their allergy please have their physician fill out the Epinephrine Order Form located on the right of this page.


**All medication forms must be renewed and sent into school each school year.  This is a NJ State mandate**


Please contact the health office with any questions or concerns.

Contact Information:

Laura Mathews, RN

609-298-0676 ext. 3109

[email protected]