Life-Threatening Health Conditions

  • School law requires that when there is a student with a known life-threatening condition, schools must be prepared for a life-threatening event on the day the student starts school.

    If your student has severe allergies/anaphylaxis, diabetes, or asthma, she/he may be affected by a state law that requires that individual health care plans be implemented for all students with life-threatening health conditions before they attend school. If your student has severe allergies, has been prescribed epinephrine (epi-pen), requires blood sugar and/or insulin testing at school, or requires medication at school for asthma, please contact the building nurse to help write your student's health care plan.