Food Allergy Management Plan for Life-Threatening Food Allergies
In accordance with SB 27, effective August 1, 2012, the District has
adopted policy and procedure that allows for the development of a
student Food Allergy Management Plan that includes the following
Identification of students with food allergies who are at risk for anaphylaxis.
implementation, communication, and monitoring of food allergy action
plans/emergency care plans, individualized health-care plans, and
Section 504 plans, as appropriate.
Reduction of the risk of exposure within the school setting to common food allergens.
for school staff regarding awareness of signs and symptoms of food
allergies and emergency response in the event of an anaphylactic
Review of care plans and procedures periodically and after an anaphylactic reaction at school or at a school related activity.
Should your child have a food allergy that causes them to be at risk for
anaphylaxis, contact your student’s school nurse. The Food Allergy
Action Plan/ Emergency Care Plan form is available through your school
nurse and on the District website under Health Services. This form must
be completed by a licensed physician in the US before implementing the
Food Allergy Management Plan.
Food Allergy Management Forms: