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Health & Medication at School

Keeping our students healthy and safe at school is our priority. If your child may need special precautions due to an allergy, take medication at school, or access other health services, please help our school nurse and health room staff to provide the best care possible for your child. Information and forms are provided below for your reference, and to guide conversations with your child's healthcare providers.

Interested in learning about the upcoming Scappoose School-Based Health Center?

OHSU Family Medicine at Scappoose will be hosting several informational sessions, in partnership with the Scappoose School District and the Public Health Foundation of Columbia County, throughout the month of November to share information and answer questions about the Scappoose School-Based Health Center. Scappoose families, school staff and administrators, sports coaches, and Scappoose community members are all encouraged to attend. Space is limited.

The informational sessions will be held at various locations in Scappoose:
  • OHSU Scappoose Clinic (conference room) – November 1, 6:00-7:00pm
  • Scappoose Middle School (library) – November 3, 6:00-7:00pm
  • Scappoose Public Library – November 7, 6:00-7:00pm
For more information about the informational sessions, please contact Jaime Swarthout, OHSU Communications Coordinator at or 503-494-5814.

Administering Medications at School

General Information

Forms Required for Taking Medication at School

(Use this form for medications to be taken every day)

(Use this form for medications to be taken only as needed, e.g. EpiPens, Inhalers, etc.)

(If the student will self-administer his/her own medication, this form must be completed, otherwise medication can only be administered in the office.)

(please complete with your child's healthcare provider)

Food, Nut, and Other Allergies

Allergy Action Plan (please complete with your child's healthcare provider)

Other Conditions

Please contact our District Nurse to discuss your child's individual care needs.