I practice tort law, so I suggest you contact an employment lawyer for confirmation, but if your employer has warned against driving while taking your prescription and you drove anyway (crash or not) then unfortunately my interpretation would be that you are in violation of company rules and you can be fired. I wish you luck, and if I am misinterpreting the rules, some 'grey area' may exist. GOOD LUCK!
I would like to know more facts and I am happy to give a more detailed response if you contact my office, but in short, if this matter occurred in Georgia there are only very specific instances that the parent can make a claim under these facts.
In fact, with the current state of immunity provided to Georgia public schools and school employees, I would document the accident with the proper inter school department and not worry about the situation. I am happy to discuss the matter further...
I agree with the other lawyers that have responded. My only additional thought would be to call the authorities as soon as possible and complete a Police Report. That will be a key piece of proof later if you are asked for independant verification. GOOD LUCK!
My advice would be to contact the authorities immediately and get a police report completed. This will be the best 'proof' to have these things removed from your credit report and restore your good name.
With regard to the automobile collision on ice, we would need to establish if you have a coverage common on most policies that would provide you with basic coverage that would provide you with an option to pay for your totaled vehicle.