- Click on each one to download these forms if needed
Allergy Health Care Plan
Seizure Care Plan
Sports Physical Exam
All students who plan to participate in
Brandon Valley athletics
and/or marching band
during the current school year
must have a new physical on or
after April 1, using Brandon
Valley’s new two-page physical form.
to access the form and additional
Call your school nurse or refer to the South Dakota website for
South Dakota Immunizations Requirements
There have been an increasing number of
problems with students in K-12 carrying
medications (prescription and
over-the-counter medications) on school
property. Our policy remains that
students cannot carry any medication
with the exception of emergency
medications (i.e. epi-pens, inhalers,
· A parent or guardian must bring
medication to school and complete the
proper paperwork. Do not send
medications with your child to school.
Forms can be found in each school office
or can be downloaded using the links
above in the forms section.
Unused medications must be picked up by
a parent or guardian on the last day of
school. Any medication left at school
after the last day will be properly
As stated in the Student Handbook:
Any student found to have any medication
in their possession or sharing of any
medication on school property may face
serious disciplinary actions which may
18-20 in the Student Handbook.
Information regarding Head Lice:
Nobody really wants to talk about lice, but any one of us may be faced with treating the condition. Lice respect no one, and no one is immune from them, regardless of how clean your house is. Head lice are a particular problem among children who have close direct contact, and play together, hug, have sleep over’s and share articles of clothing, such as combs, brushes, hats, coats, clothing, pillows, etc. With proper information they CAN be controlled. It is difficult to transmit head lice in the school setting unless the previously mentioned methods are occurring in the classroom. The Brandon Valley School District’s experience with head lice has not shown the classroom to be a common place for transmission since most cases are isolated to just one student in a classroom.
We STRONGLY urge all parents to check through their child’s hair regularly as a preventative measure. If you find any evidence or suspect your child may have head lice, contact the school nurse so your child can be checked and monitor the situation at school. The sooner we catch incidences of head lice the easier it is to keep it from spreading so your cooperation is appreciated.
What Parents Need to
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Statement from the Centers for