All medical forms and requirements will be available on Magnus Health.
Parents can use My Backpack to access Magnus Health or go directly to the Magnus Health website. The user name and password for Magnus Health is the same as the My Backpack user name and password.
Forms available in Magnus Health are:
All students must have an updated immunization record uploaded onto Magnus Health before the first day of class. The list of required immunizations is available from the Texas Department of State Health Services website below:
Guide to Medication Administration in the School Setting [Texas Education Code Chapter 22 Section 22.052].
Each year, more students are attending school with complex and chronic health conditions. Conditions such as asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, food allergies, obesity, and mental health issues can hinder academic achievement if not given proper attention. LIH will assist in managing these conditions by administering medications and treatments during the school day. Due to the variety of medications and treatments administered in school, the school nurse is charged with administering medications, monitoring adherence to medication regimens, and providing recommendations to protect the health and safety of students.
According to the TEC, Section 22.052, for any medication to be administered in school, a written request from the parent, legal guardian, or other person having legal control of the student must be received by the school. In order to be in compliance with the Texas Family Code Chapter 32, Section 32.002, the form includes the following information:
Parents at LIH must complete Prescription Medication Form located on the Magnus Health website.
In order for any medication to be administered in the school, it must be from a container that appears to be the original container and be properly labeled; or from a properly labeled unit dosage container filled by a registered nurse. The information required on prescription labels includes the following:
All medications brought to school for administration need to be counted or measured, and the initial quantity be recorded in the student’s record. If feasible, the medication should be counted with the parent or legal guardian present and signed off in the student’s record. Parents may also record the initial quantity of medication, send it to the school, and upon arrival school health staff may confirm the recorded amount with another staff person present.
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