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Important information for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school year

Immunization reminders:

  • All students entering the Seventh (7th) grade are required to have a Tdap shot (to prevent Whooping Cough/ Pertussis) prior to the first day of school.
  • Beginning in August 2020, all Kindergartners will be required to have Two (2) Hepatitis A shots prior to beginning Kindergarten.
  • If your child is in need of vaccinations and you do not have a regular physician/ medical home, you can call the SC DHEC Immunization Appointment line to see if your child qualifies to obtain their vaccinations through their programs. Please call 1-855-472-3432

To be in alignment with the Joint Advisory Opinion from the Boards of Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy there will be a few changes to medication procedures this year:

  • Prescription medications will continue to require a medication permission form signed by both the parent and the physician. The medication must be provided in a current prescription labeled bottle from the pharmacy.
  • Herbal medications/ supplements, Homeopathic medications/ supplements, and all Aspirin containing medications have always been treated as a prescription medication. Therefore, according to the joint advisory opinion guidelines, Herbal medications/supplements, Homeopathic medications/ supplements, and all Aspirin containing medications will still require a medication permission form signed by both the parent and the physician. In addition, a pharmacy labeled bottle will be required for the medication to be administered at school by the nurse or other designated personnel.
  • Non-prescription/ over-the-counter medications can continue to be administered according to the manufacturer's directions on the label with a current medication permission form signed by the parent.
  • If your child requires a dosage of Non-prescription/ over-the-counter medications higher than the manufacturer's recommended dosage, e.g. 3 Advil,  a medication permission form signed by both the parent and the physician, and the medication must be provided in a current prescription labeled bottle from the pharmacy.



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