Allergies and Medication

We are committed to the safety of our students. Please speak to the office staff regarding any allergy or medical concerns.


At this time, we do not have any students or staff at our school with allergies to foods that would cause us to ban any certain foods from the premises.  If this changes in the future, we will make sure that our school community is made aware. 

Scent Aware

Please be scent-aware. Some members of our school community may have extreme sensitivities to certain smells and scents. Please refrain from wearing excessive cologne or perfume/body sprays/ lotions when entering our school. 

It is critical that we know right away about any special medication conditions such as bee or peanut allergies, asthma or seizures so that our staff can be prepared in the event that something happens. If it is necessary for your child to have medication at school or if your child has anaphylactic allergies, we require you to complete and submit the appropriate medical/consent forms to the school. Please contact the main office at 613-338-2816. These forms do require a physician's signature.

On rare occasions, school personnel are asked to administer medications such as antibiotics or pain medication to students. Authorization forms, including one which needs to be signed by your physician are required for such requests.