Asthma is a chronic lung disorder that causes airways (the tubes that carry air into and out of the lungs) to become inflamed, which means that they swell and produce lots of thick mucus. The muscles surrounding the airways also tend to tighten, which makes the already clogged airways even narrower. This results in asthma symptoms, which can include coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath.
Physician's Request for Prescription Asthma Medication at School: Asthma Action Plan
Physician’s Request for Self-Administration of Prescription Asthma Medicine
Parent's Request for Administration of Prescription Medicine in School
Students with severe food allergies (anaphylaxis) who require the use of an Epi Pen are required to have forms filled out and signed by physician and parent.
- Parent's Request for Administration of Prescription Medicine in School
- Physician Request for Prescription Anaphylaxis Medication at School and Anaphylaxis Action Plan
- Student Diet Modification