Please take special notice of the respective care plans. If your child has any of the conditions listed or requires medication to be given at school, please print and fill out the necessary forms. Some forms do require a physician's signature.
Asthma Care Plan
Diabetes Care Plan
Food Allergy Care Plan
Non-Food Allergy Care Plan
Seizure Action Plan
Generic Medical Care Plan
Authorization to Give Medicine At School
Landmark Clinic Medication Policy: (As outlined in the student handbook)
All students must bring all medications (over-the-counter or prescription) to the clinic. The nurses will store the medication in the clinic cabinet for your student. Your student will be allowed to leave class and come to the clinic for his/her medication. All prescription medications must be in the original labeled prescription bottle, and a medication authorization form signed by a physician is required. Ask your pharmacist to provide you with a second labeled bottle. Under certain circumstances, a student with a life threatening condition (i.e. asthma, diabetes, or allergic reaction) may be granted permission to carry medication on his/her person. Such permission will only be granted in response to a written statement from the student's physician that such a need exists based on a life-threatening condition, and a completed and signed authorization from the parent or legal guardian.