School Nurse Assistant Program (SNAP) Parents Connection to Their Child's School Health and Wellness Information
This web-based program for Liberty families provides an easy, secure, and paperless way for parents to update and review school health information and medical documents for their children throughout the school year.
SNAP Benefits for Families
Review and update new health information such as vaccinations, health conditions, and screening results.
Receive immediate notifications when there are changes in your child’s health status.
Vision and Hearing screenings are required by the state for all new students and current Pre-K (4 year olds), Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th grade students. Students in these grades will also be assessed for Acanthosis Nigricans, a pre-diabetes skin marker. Per state requirements, we will conduct spinal screenings on 5th and 7th grade girls and 8th grade boys.
All medication for Preschool–12th grade students is to be kept in the Nurses Office. Schools will not administer medications. Any request for medication to be given during the school day must be provided to the nurse after completing the online Medication Administration Request Form. Students may not be in possession of prescription or non-prescription medications during school hours or at school-related activities, on or off campus (excluding emergency medications).
All prescription medications must be accompanied by a hard copy Medication Administration Request Form signed and dated by the prescribing physician and both parents or guardians requesting this service. This hard copy form must be submitted to the Nurses Office with the medication.
The online Medication Administration Request Form must be completed with both parents’ or guardians’ signatures for all non-prescription medications to be administered.