Medication at School
Raleigh Oak Charter School understands that students may require the administration of medication during the school day to successfully access their education.
If your student must take any type of medication (staff administration, self-carry, or self-administer) on a regular basis during school hours or have medicine stored on campus for emergencies (such as allergic reactions), both medicine administration forms must be submitted to the school.
Depending on the information submitted, you may be contacted by Ms. Krystle McNamee, EC Coordinator/Teacher, to develop a 504 plan for your student.
If your child has allergies but does not self-carry/self-administer, we will work with you to develop a food allergy and anaphylaxis emergency care plan which will be on file with us and shared with your child's teachers.