State law addresses allergy plans.
Oklahoma Administrative Code 210:10-1-21 Emergency administration of anaphylaxis medication in public schools
(a) General provisions. Every public school district board of education that elects to stock epinephrine injectors pursuant to the provisions of 70 O.S. § 1-116.3(B) shall adopt a policy and establish procedures to ensure safe administration of anaphylaxis medicine to a student in the event an emergency occurs while the student is attending school or participating in authorized school-sponsored activities on public school grounds. The State Board of Education shall adopt a model policy which is made available to school districts for this purpose.
Oklahoma Guidelines for Healthcare Procedures in Schools
Guidelines address school-based care for students with allergies.
Oklahoma Statutes 70-1-116.3. Self-administration of inhaled asthma or anaphylaxis medication - School board epinephrine injector policy.
A. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1-116.2 of this title, the board of education of each school district shall adopt a policy on or before September 1, 2008, that permits the self-administration of inhaled asthma medication by a student for treatment of asthma, the self-administration of anaphylaxis medication by a student for treatment of anaphylaxis and the self-administration of replacement pancreatic enzymes by a student for treatment of cystic fibrosis. The policy shall require:
- The parent or guardian of the student to authorize in writing the student's self-administration of medication;
- The parent or guardian of the student to provide to the school a written statement from the physician treating the student that the student has asthma, anaphylaxis or cystic fibrosis and is capable of, and has been instructed in the proper method of, self-administration of medication;
- The parent or guardian of the student to provide to the school an emergency supply of the student's medication to be administered pursuant to the provisions of Section 1-116.2 of this title;
- The school district to inform the parent or guardian of the student, in writing, that the school district and its employees and agents shall incur no liability as a result of any injury arising from the self-administration of medication by the student; and
- The parent or guardian of the student to sign a statement acknowledging that the school district shall incur no liability as a result of any injury arising from the self-administration of medication by the student.
Safe at School and Ready to Learn: A Comprehensive Policy Guide for Protecting Students with Life-Threatening Food Allergies
Document provides guidance for schools to create safe learning environments for students with servere food allergies.
Sample forms include emergency action plan that outlines proper response in case of anaphylaxis.