Allergy and Asthma Information
Keeping students with life threatening allergies safe at school is a cooperative effort between parents, students, physicians, and school staff. If your child has a serious allergy please call or visit the school nurse for more information.
According to the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) almost 10% of all children have asthma; it is the leading cause of missed school days. Your child’s school nurse will work with you to help manage asthma at school and to decrease the number of days missed due to asthma related illnesses. If your child has an asthma action plan, it is a good idea to keep a copy on file at school.
All LISD Health Rooms are equipped with nebulizers. Your child can be assessed by the nurse and receive treatments if you provide tubing, medication, and a physician’s order. Metered dose inhalers can also be kept in the clinics for the nurse to administer or students can self-carry their medication with a completed self-carry form.
House Bill 1688 was passed into law during the 2001 Texas Legislative Session allowing students to carry and self-administer asthma medications (along with other emergency medications) while at school or school related functions with written documentation from parents and physician. If you are interested, the self carry form is below.
- District Food Allergy Management Plan
- Allergy Action Plan Elementary
- Allergy Action Plan Elementary - Spanish
- Allergy Action Plan Middle & High School
- Allergy Action Plan Middle & High School - Spanish
- Allergy/Asthma Information Sheet that Parents may fill out and return to School Nurse
- Allergy/Asthma Information Sheet that Parents may fill out and return to School Nurse - Spanish
- Self Carry Agreement for Emergency Medication
- Self-Carry Agreement Emergency Medication - Spanish
- Child Nutrition Food Substitution Form