Food Allergies

Food Allergies

The school is committed to providing a safe environment for students with food allergies and to support parents regarding food allergy management. A plan based upon guidelines promulgated by the State Department of Education will be implemented for each student for the management of students with life-threatening food allergies and glycogen storage disease. Substitutions to the regular meal provided by the school will be made for students who are unable to eat school meals because of their disabilities, when that need is certified in writing by a physician. 

>> Food Allergy Action Plan Form
>>  School Nurse/Health Services

Allergy Fact Sheets - The Common 8 Allergies

As your students join us in the schools there is an increased awareness of the allergies that exist. Food Services is sharing some information regarding the 8 common allergies. Click on the links below to get some more information. Whether your child/ren or their friends have any of these allergens, these fact sheets should help when preparing foods or planning meals.

>> Egg

>> Milk

>> Peanut

>> Fish

>> Tree Nuts

>> ShellFish

>> Soy

>> Wheat

Big Eight Allergens