The Simpson Clinic
Ms. Amy Norris is our clinic worker. She is available to provide minor first aid for our students.
To ensure the safety of all students at our school, the following guidelines should be followed when medications are to be sent to school:
- All medications (prescription and nonprescription) must be taken directly to the clinic BY AN ADULT for safe storage.
- All medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, must be accompanied by the GCPS Administration of Medication Form.
- All medications must be in the ORIGINAL CHILD PROOF CONTAINER. Prescription medications must be in the labeled prescription bottle. Medications stored in envelopes, baggies, etc. will not be administered.
- Administration of prescription and over-the-counter medicine (even for a short period of time) is discouraged. Parents should check with their physician regarding the need for medications to be administered during school hours. Medications prescribed for three times daily often can be given before school, after school, and at bedtime. If you have any questions about this procedure, please call 770-417-2405.
- Medications must be picked up at the end of the year or will be disposed of by the school.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if my child has allergies or asthma?
What if my child needs an epi-pen at school?
Is my child too sick for school?
Reasons to Keep Your Child Home from School
What is recommended if my child is sent home from school with lice?
Treatment for Head Lice
What is the flu? When may my child return to school?
CDC Flu Information for Parents with Young Children
What is the difference between pink eye and allergy eyes?
CDC Overview on Pink Eye