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Self-Administration of Prescribed Asthmatic, Diabetic, or Anaphylaxis Medication

Insight School of Oklahoma shall permit the self-administration of inhaled asthma medication by a student for treatment of asthma and the self-administration of anaphylaxis medication by a student for treatment of anaphylaxis at all in person, school sponsored events, including but not limited to state testing, outings, prom, and graduation, when deemed necessary by a licensed physician. The Parent/Legal Guardian is responsible for submitting the Medication Authorization Form to the school and supplying an emergency supply of the medication. A student may self-administer prescribed asthmatic, diabetic, or anaphylaxis medication, if the self-carry/self-administration section on the Medication Authorization Form has been completed by Parent/Legal Guardian and the physician. Students with an approved Medication Authorization Form on file shall be permitted to possess and use a prescribed inhaler or anaphylaxis medication, including but not limited to an Epinephrine injector, at all times. The Medication Authorization Form will be valid for the current school year.
 

 

This information is from the Board-approved ISOK Handbook for SY 2021-2022