Guidelines for the Management of Life-Threatening Allergies
Ed. Code § 49403, 49414, 49423, 49423.5 and 49423.6. District Policy 5141.21. California Code of Regulations Title 8: 5193)
Health ServicesThe San Juan Unified School District is aware that anaphylactic reactions, most often caused by exposure to substances to which a student is allergic, can be life threatening. The sources of these allergens are typically food, medicines, insects and latex. The risk of accidental exposure to these allergens can be reduced in the school setting when school staff, students, parents/guardians, and physicians work together to minimize risks and provide a safe environment.
Last Modified on June 27, 2016