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    New start/end times for elementary schools for the 2017-18 school year!!

    9:00 a.m. to 3:35 p.m.

    Carmel Central School District
  • Welcome to New Staff & New Elementary School Start/End Time

    Please read the attached letter from Superintendent of Schools, Andy Irvin welcoming new staff and regarding a new start/end time for our elementary schools.

    Carmel Central School District

    Home Access Center will be taken offline on July 7th at 3 p.m.  If you need to save any of the 2016-2017 school year data for your child please access before July 7th. 

    Home Access Center will be back online again on Friday, August 25th at noon with student schedules for the new school year. 

    If you are new to the district, we will be mailing your logon information in the mail before August 25th.  If you forgot your username and password to Home Access Center, please call your child's school directly to get the information.


    Carmel Central School District
  • 2017 Summer Reading Assignments!!

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    Carmel Central School District
  • Download the CCSD Mobile App!

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    Carmel Central School District
  • 2017-18 School Calendar Now Available!

    Carmel Central School District

Administration of Medications During School

 Permission for Prescribed Medications Form


 As outlined in the Nurse Practice Act, Article 139 – Nursing, and provisions of Title VIII of the State Education Law, school nurses, principals, and other school personnel cannot dispense internal medications, such as aspirin tablets, to school children and to school personnel without proper documentation.


 In those situations, when medication is prescribed specifically during the time the child is in school, the school nurse may cooperate with the family physician and parents and dispense such medication. THE MEDICATION MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE SCHOOL NURSE BY THE PARENT OR GUARDIAN.


The Carmel School District requires that all students, who need medication during school hours, must do the following:


  1. Present to the nurse, a  written consent form  signed by the parent or legal guardian, and a prescription from the doctor.


  1. Bring the medication in the original bottle, properly labeled by a registered pharmacist as prescribed by law.


Long-term medication may be given by district personnel provided the prescribing physician completes the district medication permission form.

If medication is to be self-administered, the parent and doctor must complete the self – administration portion of the routine district medication permission form for those students who request permission to carry their own medication on campus or keep this medication in a Physical Education locker.