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Clinic Overview

Students should not bring prescription or non prescription medication to school. If your child needs to take medication at school, please complete the Administration of Medication form and bring it with the medication to the clinic. (See document links below to download.) If you have questions concerning medication administration, please call 770-736-2097.


When to keep your child home 

  • Fever of 100.4 degrees with symptoms
  • Nausea, reoccurring vomiting, diarrhea or abdominal pain
  • Sore throat
  • Persistent cough
  • Red, inflamed, or discharging eyes
  • Any open sore oozing fluid or pus
  • Rash with fever or signs of illness
  • Suspected impetigo, lice or scabies that is not being treated
  • Earache
  • Any other unusual signs or symptoms of illness

If you have any questions, please call the clinic at 770-736-2097.


Procedure for medication given at school 

To ensure the safety of all students at our school, the following guidelines must be followed when medications are sent to school:
  1. All medications (prescription and non-prescription) must be taken to the clinic for safe storage.
  2. All medications, both prescription and over the counter, must be accompanied by an Administration of Medication Request Form. This form can be picked up in the clinic or via website.
  3. All medications must be in the ORIGINAL CHILD PROOF CONTAINER. Prescription medications must be in the current prescription bottle that is labeled with how the medication is to be administered at school.  Medications stored in envelopes, baggies, etc. will not be administered.
  4. Administration of prescription and over-the-counter medicine (even for a short period of time) is discouraged. Parents should check with their physician regarding the need for medications to be administered during school hours. Medications prescribed for three times daily can be given before school, after school, and at bedtime. If you have any questions about this procedure, please call.
  5. Medication must be picked up at the end of the school year by a parent or guardian or it will be disposed of by the school.


  1. The Clinic cannot provide medication for students.  
  2. The Clinic does not provide wheelchairs or crutches to injured students. These items must be obtained through your physician’s office.
  3. If your child has a current medical condition, please document that information on your child’s clinic card. You may also call the Clinic at 770-736-2097 to make us aware of the medical condition. If your child’s current condition causes excessive absences from school, please provide medical documentation to the Clinic and/or Attendance Office. This keeps us informed so that we may better care for your child at school.
  4. Clinic workers cannot provide medical advice or diagnose any condition.