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Allergy Information

ANAPHYLAXIS
 
Most anaphylactic reactions occur when a child is accidentally exposed to an offending food or is stung by a bee.
Contact the campus nurse for a written individual health care plan devised in conjunction with the parent/guardian and will include:
 
• The child’s name
 
• Specific offending allergens (peanuts, bee stings. ect.)
 
• Plans for preventing inadvertent contact with a life-threatening allergen at school
 
• Warning signs of a reaction
 
• Plans for emergency treatment
 
It is useful for the child to wear a Medic-Alert bracelet or necklace or to carry a card.
 
If your child has allergies, please contact the campus school nurse so that an individualized plan is developed to meet the medical needs of your student.
 
Sunday Elerson (Elementary & Jr High) - Elem. 903-567-6521       JH 903-567-4329
John Norrell (Intermediate & High School) - Int. 903-567-6418      HS 903-567-6561