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Important Safety Information
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هل أطفالك آمنةعلى الانترنت؟ األاسر في ميشيغن، وخاصة القصارأصبحوا هدف الاعلانات من شركات
الكحول، والتبغ، والمواد الاباحية والقمار اما من خلال شبكة االانترنت أوالهاتف الخليوي. تقدم ولاية
ميشيغان برنامج مجاني لوقف الاعلانات من الوصول إلى رسائل البريد الالكتروني، والهواتف النقالة. هذا
البرنامج يهدف لحماية أولادكم وأسركم من هذه االاعلانات. للاشتراك بهذا البرنامج ومنع هذه الشركات
www.protectmichild.com من الوصول اليكم عليكم زيارة الموقع الالكتروني والتسجيل به
Phone 313 827-1420
Phone 313 827-1650
Board of Education Policy 5330
The District shall not be responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of student illness. The administration of prescribed medication and/or medically prescribed treatments to a student during school hours will be permitted only when failure to do so would jeopardize the health of the student, the student would not be able to attend school if medication or treatment were not made available during school hours, or the child is handicapped and requires medication to benefit from his/her educational program.For purposes of this policy, “medication” shall include all medicines including those prescribed by a physician and any nonprescribed (over-the-counter) drugs, preparations, and/or remedies. “Treatment” refers both to the manner in which a medication is administered and to healthcare procedures which require special training, such as catheterization.Before any medication or treatment may be administered to any student during school hours, the Board shall require the written authorization of the parent. This document shall be kept on file in the administrative offices.
Only medication delivered by parent or guardian in its original prescription bottle, labeled with the date of prescription, student’s name, and exact dosage will be administered. Parents, or students authorized in writing by their physician and parents, may administer medication or treatment.
Staff members are to administer medication or treatment only in the presence of another adult, except in the case of an emergency that threatens the life or health of the student.
All medication shall be secured in the school office.
The Board shall permit the administration by staff of any medication requiring intravenous or intramuscular injection or the insertion of a device into the body when both the medication and the procedure are prescribed by a physician and the staff member has completed any necessary training.
Students who may require administration of an emergency medication may have such medication, identified as aforementioned, stored in an appropriate place and administered in accordance with this policy.
The Superintendent shall prepare administrative guidelines to ensure the proper implementation of this policy.
A parent wishing to exempt his/her child from a specific immunization has to fill out an immunization waiver form.