Valley Central’s Registered Nurses help keep students healthy and serve as an important resource in our schools.
Medication Administration in School
Medication may be administered to a student during school hours with the proper written documentation. Forms may be obtained from the school nurse.
The medication, in its original labeled container with the student’s name, date, route, dose, and name of the medication, along with the above documents, should be brought to the health office by the parent(s), guardian(s), or designated adult.
Generally, students are not permitted to carry medication to school. However, if your child needs to self-carry emergency medication, documentation is still required. A note from your health care provider must also state that the child is allowed to use and carry his/her medication independently.
Physical examinations are required for all new entrants, which include: Pre-K, and/or Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th graders. We urge you to have the physical completed by your child’s own medical provider. Physical exams can or will be done by the school doctor or nurse practitioner while the child is in school if requested or if a physical form is not on file with the health office.
Valley Central School District use FamilyID to sign up for sports, including physicals requirement information.
Registration for all sports is available here on Family ID.
Concussions are a serious health concern for everyone. Learn more about VCSD Concussion Procedures here.
Mental Health and Wellness