Any suspected abuse or neglect issues noticed by staff will be
reported to the proper authorities per NRS 432B220.
Medication Release Information
If a child has any illness or condition that necessitates taking
medication during program hours, it is preferable that the child not
participate in the program until they completely recover from the
illness or condition. At the risk of infecting others, health services
recommend that if any one of the following symptoms is present, the
child should stay home:
• Elevated temperature • Diarrhea
• Persistent headache • Inflamed sore throat
• Nausea/vomiting • Unexplained rash
• Wheezing • Earache
If the illness or condition is contagious or communicable, the child may
not be permitted to participate in the program until they completely
recover from the illness or condition. A doctor’s release will be
required prior to the child re-entering the program.
If a child needs to take prescription medication during program
hours, the following procedures must be followed:
• Parents must complete the medication release form.
• Medication must be in its original container with the pharmacist’s label.
• Pharmacist’s label must display the child’s name, the name of
the medication, the instructions/dosage, and the name of the
• Only a daily dose should be in the medication container and
parents must pick up the empty container each day.
• Liquid medication must be premeasured with the above