- Allergy Management
- Asthma Management
- Breakfast and Lunch Program
- Communicable Diseases
- Field Trip Permission Form
- Health Management and Promotion
- Immunization Exemption Letter
- K-12 Voluntary Student Accident Insurance
- Medication Order
- Medication Guidelines
- Physical Education Exclusion
- Physical Exam Form
- Physical Exam - Parent Verification Form
- Required Health Screenings
- Required Immunizations
- Seizure Management Plan
- Student Voluntary Accident Insurance
- Student Health Insurance and CHIP
- Vacunas de Regreso a la Escuela
*For additional resources please refer to the community resources tab under Student Services drop down.
*Bucks County Technical High Schools Health & Safety Plan is available HERE
(215) 949-1700 ext. 2810
See below about Naloxone availability to Pennsylvania residents:
On behalf of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) and the PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD):
Naloxone saves lives by reversing opioid overdoses. In addition to efforts like expanding access to treatment, services, and supports for people with substance use disorder (SUD), naloxone is a critical tool in Pennsylvania’s efforts to address the opioid epidemic.
Since 2017, the Wolf Administration has taken a number of steps to increase naloxone access for people and communities across Pennsylvania who need it the most. As we continue to deal with the mental and behavioral health impacts brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, we realize the fight is far from over. We are again seeing an uptick in drug overdose deaths, and the vast majority of these deaths are opioid- and fentanyl-related.
Pennsylvanians can play an important role in addressing this public health crisis. By being prepared, learning the signs of overdose and how to respond, and getting naloxone, you can help save lives.
The PA Department of Education encourages you to learn about the ways individuals, organizations, and agencies can access naloxone. Click HERE for a 1-page PDF that outlines resources to access no-cost naloxone in Pennsylvania.