CCSD No. 1 updates student medication policies

RAWLINS — The Carbon County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to get rid of the student medication chart.

The move is a “housekeeping issue,” Board Treasurer Denise Pfeffer said, which paralleled four other policies tied to student medications.

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