• Food and Other Severe Allergies

    The district requests to be notified when a student has been diagnosed with a food or other life-threatening allergy.  Please complete the annual Student Health Information portion of online enrollment to report your child's allergies.  If your child's health or allergies change after completing enrollment or during the school year, please contact the school nurse.

    The following forms are required to be completed by you and your child’s physician.  These forms must be completed each school year in order for the school nurse to provide student-specific training to teachers and staff that interact with your child on a regular basis.  Please return completed forms to the school nurse as soon as possible. 

    ALL students with known severe allergies should provide:

            *Please note that if a different form is used, the parent/guardian will still be required to complete the parent portion of the Prosper ISD Anaphylaxis Plan.  Additionally, please note that the school nurse will convert the information provided by your provider on the alternate form to a Prosper ISD Emergency Action plan when distributed to school staff for consistency in staff training & response.  

    If your child will need emergency medication at school, you should also provide:

    • The prescribed medication(s), non-expired, and in their original container(s). Prescription medications must have the prescription label attached.

    *Prosper ISD will NOT accept a student’s epinephrine auto-injector without a current school year Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan signed by a provider and the parent/guardian.

    If your child has a severe FOOD allergy that requires a food substitution in the school cafeteria, you will also need to provide:


    Guidelines for the Care of Students At-Risk for Anaphylaxis

    In accordance with Education Code 38.0151, Prosper ISD has developed and implemented a food allergy management plan.

    Prosper ISD Food and Severe Allergy Management Plan

    Allergy and Anaphylaxis information developed by the Texas Department of State Health Services can be viewed on their website, including the Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis.