[Skip to Content]
Dalewood

Allergies/Medication

Textsize
A+ A-

 

Allergies

Our students’ health and safety are always our top priorities. Some of our students have allergies and at Dalewood we will provide an alternative Safe Lunch room if necessary. To make our learning environment as safe as possible for all students we kindly request that you do not send any foods containing nuts, peanuts, and peanut oils to school or other identified allergens.

Please read labels carefully.

Although we have plans in place for our nut-allergic and other aller-gic students the risk of another student leaving even a trace amount of a peanut product or other allergens in a classroom could have serious consequences. Thank you for caring about all of our students. Classes that have students identified with life threatening allergies will receive notification of this possible risk.

 

Medication

 

The administration of medication (prescription OR non-prescription) to a student while at school requires authorization from a doctor. If there is a need in this regard, please contact the school in advance for the appropriate form and information.

 

Medical Forms

Prescription Medication

School staff cannot give non-prescription medical. If there is prescribed medication, the form below will need to be completed. This is the case with long term medication, such as puffers, or short term, such as antibiotics.

Oral Medication Form

If your child has a prevalent medical condition (Potentially life threatening), below are the forms for the most common:

Anaphylaxis Form

Ashma Form

Diabetes Form

Epilepsy Form

Updated on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.
Back to the top