Last week, my difficult child had a pediatrician. appointment. While we were there, difficult child mentioned that if she has a bad day at school, the teachers and or principal always asks her if we forgot to give her her medications before school. The pediatrician. said that the school has no business asking this question and if they ask again, she is to tell them that they aren't supposed to ask her this. Well, the very next day, the teacher asked her again, and difficult child said that she wasnn't supposed to be asked that question. The teacher said that she has every right to ask her this because it's her business to find out. When difficult child told me this she said that the teacher was angry when she told her not to ask this. The school also asked me to send a few extra pills to school so they could administer them if they felt she needed them. I told them I wasn't confortable with this as I was worried that she would get a double dose. They said that they would call me at work to find out if she had taken her medications that morning, but I told them that my husband gives the medications before school as I am already at work, and I wouldn't know if she had taken them or not, so I couldn't give them permission. The pediatrician. also said that the school wasn't to be asking for medications. The pediatrician. said she would be sending the school a letter explaining this to them, but the school still feels they have the right to do what they want in this matter. Anybody else had a similar experience?