EAP
  • Emergency Action Plans and Individualized Health Plans

    An Individualized Health Plan (IHP) and/or Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is valid for one academic school year.  The IHPs and EAPs are available from the school nurse for students with acute and/or chronic health conditions (e.g., severe allergic reactions/ anaphylaxis, diabetes,, asthma, seizures, sickle cell anemia, cardiac, orthopedic conditions, etc.) Forms and health plans are also available for students with special health needs requiring procedures, treatments, and/or medications to be administered at school. The parents/guardians are responsible for providing medications and/or supplies needed during the school year. The parents/guardians are also responsible for notifying the school and school nurse for any changes in their child's health condition, care, medication, and contact numbers.

    The following are the available EAPs and IHPs:

    Adrenal Crisis

    Allergy

    Asthma

    Bleeding Disorder

    Cardiac

    Cardiac with ICD

    Cystic Fibrosis

    Diabetes

    Headache/ Migraine

    Hemophilia

    Nosebleed

    POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)

    Pregnancy

    Seizure

    Sickle Cell Anemia

Last Modified on November 3, 2020