Welcome to the SPS Health Services web page. Student health and safety are top concerns at Stillwater Public Schools. For your convenience, we have provided forms and links that will provide answers to many of your questions.
If you have a student who has asthma, seizures, an Epi-Pen, Type 1 Diabetes, or any other health condition that requires an individualized health plan at school, please contact either the elementary or secondary school nurse to schedule a meeting. If a student has emergency medication of any kind, a health plan is required.
Medication: For the safety of students, it is recommended that medication be given at home when possible. For example, medication given three times a day can be given before school, after school, and at bedtime. If medication must be given during school hours, a medication authorization form must be completed. Medication authorization forms are available at each school site.
- Prescription Medication: The medication authorization form must be filled out by the parent/guardian AND the physician. Prescription medication must be in the original container with a non-expired prescription label that matches the medication authorization form.
- Over-The-Counter Medication: The medication authorization form must be signed and completed by the parent/guardian. Medication must be brought to the school in a new, unopened container.