Regina Suttle RN, BSN
1700 College Street
Junction, Texas 76849
FOOD ALLERGY INFORMATION
JUNCTION ISD is required to request, at the time of enrollment, that the parent or guardian of each student attending JUNCTION ISD disclose the student's
This form allows you to disclose whether your child has a food allergy or severe food allergy that you believe should be disclosed to JUNCTION ISD in order to enable
JUNCTION ISD to take necessary precautions for your child's safety.
"Severe food allergy" means a dangerous or life-threatening reaction of the human body to a food-borne allergen introduced by inhalation, ingestion, or skin contact that requires immediate medical attention.
Please list any foods to which your child is allergic or severely allergic, as well as the nature of your child's allergic reaction to the food. The parent will provide a doctor's note,notify the school nurse, and food & nutrition if your child has an anaphylactic food allergy that requires an Epipen. The school must have an EpiPen prescribed for student in the event of an emergency.
Prescription medication to be given at school must be in the original bottle with the child's name and instructions for administration on the label. A permission form must be signed by the parent or guardian and kept on file in the nurse's office. In accordance with the Nurse Practice Act, a health plan must be developed for administering care for any ongoing chronic condition (i.e. diabetes, asthma, epilepsy etc.)