Thompson Middle

Thompson Middle

Lisa Van Ryzin, MSN, RN    
Thompson Middle School Nurse                             
 lvanryzin@murrieta.k12.ca.us                                               
 (951) 696-1410 x4592                                   
           
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Medication Policy: 

If it is necessary for your student to receive medication at school, certain procedures will be followed to ensure the proper administration of that medication. All medication must be brought to school by a parent or adult in the original, labeled container (no baggies, etc.) California state law (E.C. 49423) requires that any child who takes medication at school (even those they are allowed to self-administer), including over the counter medications, must have written permission from both the parent and the physician on file in the Health Office. Most medication should be stored in the Health Office. Exceptions include asthma inhalers, epi pens, or diabetic needs. We still must have written permission from the parent and the physician. These procedures are required so that your student will receive their medication exactly as your physician prescribed. A parent or another adult must bring the medication to school. Students are not allowed to bring medication to school. This is for your student's protection.  These authorizations must be renewed each school year. 
 



 
 Lisa Van Ryzin, MSN, RN
Credentialed School Nurse 
(951)696-1410 x4592  Fax (951)304-1692 
 
 
 
Last Modified on October 6, 2015