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Students entering 7th grade next year will need to provide the school Guidance department proof of their Tdap vaccine before they can receive their schedule for the 2017/2018 school year. It is not too early to take care of this requirement. You can take your student to their private physician,the St.Johns County Health department or a walk-in clinic. If you choose to go to a walk-in clinic, a receipt will NOT be accepted as proof of the Tdap vaccine. The vaccine must be documented on a Florida shot record and brought to school. If you have any questions,call Joan Beccard at 547-8628.


St. Johns County Health Department

County Medication Policy
Medication Authorization form
NOT TO BE USED FOR:
Inhalers(use Asthma MMP) Epipen (use Allergy MMP) and AuviQ (use Allergy MMP)

Self Carry Form
Allergy MMP 2017-18
Asthma MMP 2017-18
Seizure MMP 2017-18
CF MMP 2017-18
Cardiac MMP 2017-18
Bleeding Disorders MMP 2017-18
Diabetes MMP 2017-18

The following is the proper procedure for allowing a student to carry non-prescription medication with them at school: 1. A completed non-prescription form must be on file in the clinic giving authorization from the parent for the student to carry a specific non-prescription medication. This form can be downloaded from the SPMS website or obtained from the clinic. 2.An adult must bring in the non-prescription medication the first time for approval by the Nurse.  If a refill on the same medication is needed an adult does not need to bring it in each additional time. 3.The student will carry with the non-prescription drug the completed non-prescription medication form.

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