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Guidelines for Medication use at USD 113

ELEMENTARY  AND  MIDDLE SCHOOL :     Preschool through 8 th Grade Prescription Meds :  All prescription medications must be kept in the nurse’s office or the school office.  Prescription . . . read more

To School or Not to School

Guidelines for Keeping Sick Children Home from School

  Each day many parents are faced with the decision: should my child go to school?  Many times how the child looks or acts can be the deciding factor, but the following guideline may be helpful if you are not sure. . . . read more

MEDICATIONS CONTAINING ASPIRIN

MEDICATIONS CONTAINING ASPIRIN (ACETYLSALICYLATE) AND ASPIRIN-LIKE PRODUCTS NON-PRESCRIPTION PRODUCTS Alka-Seltzer Anacin Ascriptin Bayer Aspirin BC Powder Bufferin Doan’s Dristan . . . read more

4 STEPS TO KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE FROM RX DRUGS

December 2, 2008

4 STEPS TO KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE FROM RX DRUGS JANE STUEVE, RN, BSN ADOLESCENT AND SCHOOL HEALTH CONSULTANT KDHE The White house Office of National Drug Policy’s National Youth Anti-Drug Campaign has some valuable . . . read more

ASPIRIN, ACETAMINOPHEN, OR IBUPROFEN --OH...WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

Many times we hear parents refer to these meds interchangeably—as though they were all the same.  In reality, these medications are very different even though they are used to treat many of the same symptoms.  Here is a brief . . . read more

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