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Visit the Kansas Department of Health and Environment's (KDHE) School Information Page for information about immunization requirements.
All health offices in Auburn-Washburn schools are staffed by registered nurses. Medication may be administered in strict compliance with the rules and regulations of the Board of Education and federal, state, and local laws.
When medication administration is required at school, a written order (prescription label) must be received from the medical authority. Non-prescription (over-the-counter) medication may be administered on a short-term basis (up to 30 days) with a written request from the parent to the school nurse or building administrator. All medications must be provided by a parent/guardian in their original container and be properly labeled.
Changes in medication dosage and/or frequency must be accompanied by a new medical authority, and parent permission signature. Also, a new prescription bottle must be obtained from the pharmacy whose label reflects the change(s).
EpiPens and inhalers may remain in a student's possession; however, a physician authorization for independent administration must be filed with the school's health office.
Glucose Monitoring/Insulin Injections
Any student requiring finger sticks for glucose monitoring and/or insulin injections will be required to report the the health office for supervision by health office staff. This regulation is at the discretion of the building nurse for grades 9-12.
Medical Release Forms
- Free Dental Screening Opt-Out
- KSHSAA Sports Physical Form*
- KSHSAA Concussion & Head Injury Form*
- Medical Immunization Exemption - Form B
- Request for Independent Medication Administration (EpiPen/Inhaler)
- Request to Administer Medication
*Required each year for each student participating in a sport.
General Health Forms
**Required for entry into school.
Vision and hearing screenings are done for Auburn-Washburn students during the school year. A free dental screening is also provided for students.
Effective July 2007, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology (OSE) made changes to the administrative regulation (KAR 28-1-1) relating to head lice treatment. Regulation states that children shall be excluded from school until treatment with an anti-parasitic drug is initiated.