• Does your child have a serious, potentially life-threatening allergy?  In order to be best prepared to care for your child during the school day in the event of a life-threatening allergic reaction, it is our policy that we have the emergency medications and paperwork in place.  
     
    Students who have been properly instructed and deemed capable of self-administration, may now carry a single dose of antihistamine with them as well as the epinephrine auto-injector.  
     
    Your child's healthcare provider needs to complete the Emergency Action Plan (pdf) and Self Medication Release Form (pdf). These forms need to be completed and submitted annually to the school nurse. It is the parent's responsibility to provide the emergency non-expired medications (antihistamines and EPI-PEN's) to the school each year.   
     
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