IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU KEEP A COPY OF ANY MEDICAL PAPERWORK YOU SEND IN WITH YOUR CHILD

Prescription Medications

Under the NH Department of Education administrative rule Ed 311.02, in order for prescription medication to be given at school, the following are necessary:

  1. A written, signed order from the licensed prescribing health care professional indicating the student's name; the name, route and dosage of the medication; and the medication's frequency and time of administration. (A form is available below; however most physician's offices generate their own printed, signed order, which is acceptable).
  2. A written authorization signed by the parent/guardian (same form as above may be used).
  3. The medication in its original, pharmacy-labeled prescription container.

A parent, guardian, or other responsible adult must deliver the medication to school.

CHILDREN MAY NOT CARRY ANY MEDICATION TO OR FROM SCHOOL.

MEDICATIONS CAN NOT BE STORED OVER THE SUMMER MONTHS. Please pick up any prescription medicines at the end of the school year. Any medications left behind are discarded one week after the last day of school.

 

Volunteer Fingerprinting

FingerprintSAU #19 continues to host fingerprinting opportunities throughout the school year on the first Wednesday of each month from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Volunteers do not need to make an appointment during these open times, just check in with the receptionist at the SAU office. You will need a photo identification and a personal check or money order for $20.75 made payable to State of NH - Criminal Records (which per-New Boston policy, can be reimbursed once you document six hours of volunteer time). Cash payment will no longer be accepted.

Bus Routes

Bus

The Goffstown Truck Center has provided Bus Route Schedules for the 2017-2018 School Year. Please review these routes carefully, as they may have changed from previous years. If you have questions about these routes, please contact the Goffstown Truck Center at 497-3111.

 

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