If there is no medical determination that child needs to take medication, I doubt that you can be forced to give it to her just because the teacher thinks it is needed.
IF there is a diagnosis the says child needs medication, suggest that you get a second opinion. There is arrguent that ADHD is over diagnosed and there are some bad side effects.
But I have doubts you could be in trouble if the mediction is merely to help with social interaction and is not needed to preserve her life.
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You should consult with a special ed attorney who is familiar with child protective services issues or a false allegations of neglect attorney who is familiar with the special ed process. You do have rights as Attorney Hudson said. But I am not as confident as he appears to be that your local CPS agency would not start an investigation and put you through the wringer if this teacher oversteps and reports you to CPS while you are gathering your evidence to support your assertion that your child needs supports in school rather than medication.
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