Life Threatening Allergies
If your child has a life threatening allergy, please make sure that you have an allergy action plan and any needed emergency medications at school (like Benadryl or an Epi Pen). Action Plans need to be updated at the beginning of every school year. Action plans need to be signed by the parent and health care provider.

Non-Food Allergy Action Plan
(Life threatening allergy to non-food item - bee stings, cold, etc)

Food Allergy Action Plan.
(Life threatening allergy to foods like peanuts, wheat, dairy, shrimp, etc)

Responsibilities Concerning Peanut Allergies
Healthy Snacks- Peanut/Tree Nut Free*

Lactose Intolerance Form - Elementary
Lactose Intolerance Form - Secondaryphotograph of three peanuts

Students who need to have special dietary substitutions need to contact the Food and Nutrition Services Director. Go to the Special Dietary Concerns section of the Food & Nutrition Services website page for more information.

Additional resources

Food allergies can be found at the  Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network.

Gluten and wheat allergies/Celiac Disease support Raising our Celiac Kids Website