SCPS MEDICATION POLICY
ALL medications administered by school personnel in SCPS will require a medication permission form completed and signed by a Health Care Provider and a parent. This includes all short term medications Please review the medication guidelines. The policy can also be found by clicking HERE.
Clinic forms for medication and health services plans can be downloaded from the Stafford County Public Schools district fusion page under Health services/forms.
Please see link to district fusion page under Stafford County Health Services for registration information related to immunizations and physicals.
This is just a reminder to all parents of 6th grade students to make sure your child has received the required TDAP booster shot before the first day of school. Written documentation of this vaccine is required for school attendance. If you have questions please contact your health care provider or the Virginia Department of Health.
For more information about immunizations please refer to section under health links as well as the forms and files section which includes information about registration requirements and the new HPV vaccine
Routine screenings for vision and hearing begin in September. The following students will be screened for vision and hearing: All 7th grade students, New students, requests from parents, teachers.
Scoliosis is curvature of the spine. It affects 2-3% of the population. If the condition is detected early and appropriately treated, progressive spine deformity can be prevented. Seventh grade students are encouraged to be screened by their Health Care Provider during their routine physical exam for this condition.
Please see the attached information under forms and files for the current policy regarding Scoliosis and Scoliosis screening in Stafford County Public Schools
Forms and Files
Being active with your kids is a resource to give parents ideas from Action for Healthy Kids Virginia
A resource from Action for Healthy Kids Virginia
Another resource from Action for Healthy Kids Virginia
Scoliosis Facts for Parents
Revised Medication Policy for SCPS, to take effect January 2, 2014.