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In Bend-La Pine Schools, we believe student health is a critical component for our students' education. This includes physical, emotional and mental health. The resources on this page can help families answer questions about immunizations, common health ailments and more.
Do not send an ill child to school. Students should stay home if they experience any of the following symptoms:
Immunizations are required by state law for children and students in attendance at public and private schools, preschools, childcare facilities and Head Start programs in Oregon. Nearly every facility that provides care for a child outside the home requires immunizations or a medical or non-medical exemption to stay enrolled.
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1314 SW Kalama Avenue
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675 SW Rimrock Way
For School Based Health Center Appointments:
My Child is Enrolled in Online School, Does He or She Need to Be Immunized?
If they attend school or activities five or more days during a year, they must comply with state immunization requirements.
Who Can I Talk to if I Have Questions or Need Help?
Your school’s office or school nurse as well the Deschutes County Health Department.
Additional Immunization Information
Parent/Guardian must bring the medication to the school office and complete the medication administration form. Students may not transport medications to and from school. Asthma rescue inhalers may be an exception in some cases, talk to your school nurse. The purpose of having medication at school is to keep a student in school. This applies to all prescription and over the counter medications like ibuprofen & Tylenol. The medication must be in the original container and not expired.
Applies to students in grades 6-12. Complete the 2 sided, self medication form and turn it into the counseling or main office. Students may only carry one day's dose and it must be in the original container. Asthma rescue inhalers will have many doses.
All of the above have to be treated like medication at school because they contain active ingredients and can cause allergic reactions and/or over-dosage. Parents need to bring them to school and sign a permission form.
For older students, in order to self carry the cough drops, a self medication form must be completed by the parent and student. The easiest way to avoid this is to use hard candy instead of medicated cough drops.
Consider medicating your child with Tylenol or Ibuprofen in the morning if they have tooth pain instead of sending medication to school. Be sure to access dental care as needed. If you need assistance with this, contact your school nurse. Some children are allergic to topical creams so they must be stored in the health room and a permission form signed by the parent. For older students who want to self carry, please complete a self medication form.
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