Forms

Health Check Form

Health and Safety continues to be our top priority. Thank you for completing daily health checks with your child and doing your part to ensure our school community is healthy and safe. If you have not submitted your form to the school, please do so as soon as possible.

The BCCDC and BC Ministry of Health has changed guidelines around daily health check procedures. Notably, they have reduced the number of symptoms and included recommendations on what families should be doing in the event of an illness. Please read the new daily health check form and use it as a reference when completing the daily health check with your child. You are not required to complete or submit a new daily health check form to the school. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school.


Medical Information

If your child has a life threatening illness such as Anaphaylaxis, please read the attached information about Anaphaylaxis and fill out  attached forms.  The Langley School District has updated its procedures on administrating medicines and EpiPens.

If your child must have medication of any type, including over-the-counter drugs, antibiotics, prescriptions, in most circumstances, medication (eg antibiotics) prescribed three times a day can be taken at home – before school, after school and before bedtime.

The office is a very busy place and if possible please try and make other arrangements for your student’s medications.  If this is not an option you may fill out the attached REQUEST FOR ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATION.

School personnel will not administer any medication to students unless they have received a medication form properly completed and, and the medication has been received in an appropriately labeled container.

If you have any questions please contact the school. SOliver@sd35.bc.ca

Admin. of Medication 

Medical Alert-Elem-Middle

Parent – ANAPHYLAXIS Implementation Guide


Aboriginal Consultation-Letter

https://www.sd35.bc.ca/programs-initiatives/aboriginal-program/