• Allergic Conditions
    If your child has any sort of allergy (to foods, pollen, drugs, etc.), please complete the Allergy Action Plan.  If your child has been diagnosed with asthma, reactive airway disease or uses an inhaler, please complete the Asthma Action PlanIf the allergy requires the use of an Epinephrine auto-injector (Epi-pen, Auvi Q), use the allergy action plan. On occasion, both might be applicable. The doctor may order necessary medications on these forms or use a separate medication administration form. Please bring the completed form(s) and necessary medication(s) to the nurse's office. We request 2 auto-injectors to be kept in the health office.  One will be sent to the lunchroom each day, and returned to the nurse's office at the end of lunch. In the event of a field trip, teachers will carry the auto-injectors.

    For those students that have Benadryl ordered, Benadryl will also be kept in the nurse's office. However, Benadryl does not go to the lunchroom or on field trips. NY state regulations allow only an RN, parent or a parent designee to administer Benadryl. The parent designee can be another adult, but not a district employee.
    Please check with the nurse in your child's building for any further information (specifics regarding snacks, lunchroom activity, special celebrations, field trips, etc.) .