G-C eyes changes in medication policy


GREENFIELD — The handling of student medications, including which ones schools will agree to store and their methods for dispensing them, is up for discussion at Monday’s Greenfield-Central School Board meeting.

Corporation nurse Dawn Hansen is expected to present the board with a variety of proposed security changes, including limiting the amount of medication allowed per student; installing security cameras; and requiring parents to bring in medications personally instead of sending them to school with their children, Superintendent Dr. Linda Gellert said.

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