For a safe and healthy school experience we require an Allergy Action Plan for every student that has been diagnosed with a severe allergy that may require treatment while at school, including emergency medication administration for a life-threatening allergies. This form is completed by a healthcare provider and must be updated each school year.
Students may carry their epi pen when proper school district forms are completed and with parent, provider, and registered school nurse authorization.
For additional information related to the management of allergies in school you can refer to the Allergy Handbook. This handbook was adopted by the School Board to provide guidance for parents and staff on how to respond to allergies in schools.