Holy Ghost Prep is dedicated to meeting the health and safety needs of our students. Responsibilities include implementation of state mandated programs including immunization surveillance and student health screenings as well as students immediate health care needs, delivering first aid and supportive nursing care. The Bensalem School District assigns a certified school nurse to visit as well.
Pennsylvania state law mandates specific health screenings during the academic year. All grades will have growth and vision screenings and 11th grade will have hearing screenings as well.
Any form listed on this page may be printed and sent to HGP or scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Medical Authorization Form
- Physical Immunization Form for 11th Grade Students
- Severe Allergy and Epi Pen Form
- Asthma Inhaler Form
- Seizure Form
- Diabetes Questionnaire
- Concussion Protocol
The Contract for Administration of Acetaminophen and Tums permission form was completed as part of the forms in the beginning of each school year.
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Please submit a copy of the COVID-19 Vaccination Card to email@example.com
According to Pennsylvania State Law, all children are required to have the following immunizations before they may ENTER school:
All 11th grade students are required to have a completed examination by your health practitioner.
You’re encouraged to have this exam done over the summer. Please send this in at the beginning of the school year, attention NURSE.
Sudden Illness or Hospitalization
Prior to a student returning to school after treatment for pneumonia, mononucleosis or any hospitalization, the parent should inform the school nurse of the specific illness and provide a doctor's note on the first morning returning to school.
Medication in School
Epi-pens - Students may carry their own with completed forms.
Inhalers - Students may carry their inhaler with completed forms.
Oral medications -
Medication Authorization Form - per medication
Medication, except controlled substances, may be brought to school by the student along with the written medication authorization forms . Students must take the medication to the health office immediately upon arrival to school.
Parent or guardian must deliver medication to school.
Medication must be in the original container with the students name, dose, frequency and time of administration.
If a parent is unable to obtain a physicians order, he or she may come to school and administer the medication to their child.
All medication orders must be renewed at the beginning of each academic year.
Medication that is not picked up at the end of the school year will be discarded.