Bee sting allergy form
WARWICK SCHOOL DISTRICT
BEE STING / INSECT BITE ALLERGY EMERGENCY CARE PLAN
Name of Student: ________________________________ Grade/Teacher: _________________
You have identified your child as having an allergy or localized reaction to bee stings and/ or insect bites.
Please make sure that your child is aware of his/ her allergy or reaction and the need to inform an adult if a
bee sting or insect bite occurs. Check the status of your child’s reaction to bee stings and/ or insect bites
below and return this information sheet to the school nurse immediately.
My child is allergic to bee stings.
He/ she develops difficulty breathing, generalized swelling,
numbness, and/ or hives. Other symptoms: _______________________________________________.
My child is allergic to insect bites
. He/she develops difficulty breathing, generalized swelling,
numbness, and/ or hives. Other symptoms: ______________________________________________. ( )
My child develops a localized reaction to a bee sting
(swelling or redness at the site of the sting). ( )
My child develops a localized reaction to an insect bite
(swelling or redness at the site of the bite). ( )
My child receives desensitization treatments (allergy shots) to reduce his/her allergic reaction.
The following is standard school procedure
for treatment of any
bee sting or insect bite:
1. Remove the stinger if visible. 2. Apply a sting kil swab (topical anesthetic). 3. Apply ice. 4. Observe the student closely for 20 minutes and return to class if no signs of al ergic reaction develop. 5. Notify the parent.
If your child has a bee sting or insect bite during school, please check the following procedure(s)
you would like the school nurse to follow:
Follow the standard school procedure as described above. ( )
Give Benadryl orally to my child, 12.5 mg to 50 mg, as per the standing medication order from the
school physician. ( )
Give medication as prescribed by my child’s physician. Parents must provide the medications
with the written orders
from the child’s physician each
school year. NOTE:
Parents who request
that the student self-carry his or her Epinephrine Auto-Injector must complete the Epinephrine
Auto-Injector Self Administration Authorization Form each
school year. ( )
Call 911 and have my child transported by ambulance to the hospital if signs of a severe allergic
reaction develop. NOTE: School policy requires that 911 be called if epinephrine is given.
Cal Mother _________________ Father _____________ Emergency Contact ___________
Cal physician, Dr. __________________________ at phone number: _________________. ( )
Other Instructions: __________________________________________________________.
Parent Signature:________________________________________ Date:
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