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It's official! We have moved to our new District website, now located at acpsd.net. Please take a moment to visit and explore our new online home for updated information on all items related to Aiken County Public Schools.
 
As a reminder, our individual school web pages will continue to link back to School Fusion (hosted at this site) until the start of the new school year when all school-related pages will make the transition to our new web platform.
 
Thank you for your continued interest in and support of Aiken County Public Schools, and welcome to acpsd.net!  

Health Clinic

Robin McNair, School Nurse


Immunizations
Students in all grades are required by law to have an official up-to-date South Carolina Certificate of Immunization on file in the school office. Failure to comply can result in an out-of-school suspension.
 
Beginning in 2014,  all 5K students must receive two doses of varicella vaccine on or after the 1st birthday or have a positive history of disease."

 
2015 - 2016 Immunization Requirements for South Carolina Schools

Medications

 
When possible, medications should be given by parents/guardians before or after school hours.

All medications (prescription and non-prescription) must be brought in by a parent/guardian, and must be accompanied by a "Permission for Medication" form.
 
"A physician's signature or copy of the prescription is required for any prescribed medication to be given at school.​

Over-the-counter medications can be administered with the parent's permission. However, if the healthcare provider prescribed a medication that is purchased over the counter and/or the medication is prescribed differently from the manufacturer's recommendations on the container, the healthcare provider will need to sign the permission form to administer the medication at school and/or when attending school sponsored events."

Click Here for the Permission Form for Medication 

 
Any student who is required to take medication at school must have a “Permission for Medication” form filled out and on file in the school clinic. Parents must bring medication into the clinic, and all prescriptions must be kept up to date.
 
New and refilled prescriptions must be provided in a new container, appropriately labeled with the following typed information:
a.       student's name
b.       name of medication
c.       time(s) to be administered
d.       dosage
e.       strength
f.        directions for use
g.       approximate duration of use
h.       physician's name
i.         date
j.         pharmacy name, address, phone number
 
Non-prescription (over the counter) medications in the following categories are requested to be delivered to the school by the parent/legal guardian and must be accompanied by the district medication form completed by the parent/legal guardian, in the manufacturer’s smallest original container available. 
 
Aiken County School District (ACSD) and its employees reserve the right to refuse to honor medication requests that are not consistent with professional standards and/or deemed unsafe for the school setting. Requests from parent/guardians for administration of herbal/alternative medicinal products, “off-label” or investigational medications will need a written order from a healthcare practitioner who is recognized by SC’s Dept of Labor, Licensing, and Regulations as authorized to prescribe medications.


 

Screening Notification
This is to notify parents of the screening programs within the Aiken County Public Schools. The area of screening and students to be screened include:
  • Speech/Language – Students who have been referred to the Speech Therapist by parent, teacher, or administrator, and all students who are new to our district will be screened upon parental permission. The areas of screening will focus on one or more of the following: Oral Motor Examination, Voice, Fluency, Articulation and Receptive, Expressive and/or Pragmatic Language Skills. Referrals may be submitted to the Speech Therapist at any time during the school year.
  • Hearing – All kindergarten, first, second, third grade students, new students, referrals, and high risk students who have medical problems associated with hearing impairment or who failed the re-screening the previous year.
  • Vision – All kindergarten, first, second, third, and fifth grade students.
The goal is to identify those students in the above areas so that immediate action/intervention is implemented. Parents will be notified if a student is recommended for further evaluation in speech/language. If a student fails the hearing or vision re-screening, parents will receive a letter.