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The following forms are required for students who have special medical needs or are participating in school sponsored athletics. Click here for immunization requirements.
Medical Release Forms
Form Name Description Form
Dental Screening Opt-Out Choose to opt-out from free dental screenings PDF
Emergency Asthma/Allergy Medications Allows student to carry emergency medication PDF
Medication Release - Inhaler Allows student to carry inhaler PDF
Request to Administer Medication Allows student to take medication at school PDF
KSHSAA Sports Physical Form Must have this form to participate PDF
KSHSAA Concussion & Head Injury Form Must have this form to participate PDF
Immunization Form B Medical Exemption from Immunization PDF
General Health Forms
Form Name Description Form
Student Health Assessment Form Entry into school physical PDF
Diabetes Management at School Information   PDF
Food Allergy Information   PDF

Vision and Hearing screenings will be done for students in the Auburn-Washburn School District during the school year.

In addition there will also be a free dental screening clinic for our students.
Due to the increase in the prevalence of pertussis (whooping cough) the ACIP has required a new tetanus vaccine called Tdap.

Pertussis (whooping cough) is a highly contagious disease that causes uncontrollable, violent coughing. Pertussis is a serious upper respiratory infection caused by a bacteria that can cause permanent disability and death. The illness is spread when an infected person sneezes or coughs and the bacteria is transmitted by tiny droplets through the air.

Click here for more information

Click the link below for information regarding the treatment of head lice.

bullet Head Lice Protocol 01
Learn the proper way to cough and sneeze by watching this video by the Shawnee County Health group.

"Why Don't We Do It In Our Sleeves"
Learn more about getting shots from Sid the Science Kid on the PBS Kids website.

"Getting A Shot: You Can Do It!"

View the PDF below for specific information regarding medications, including over the counter (OTC) medications.

Medication Guidlines (PDF)