State Honor Roll 2019 Data Form

1. State requires physician’s written instructions to be on file to dispense prescription medication to students. YES NO
2. State policy ensures students’ right to self-carry and self-administer prescribed asthma medication. YES NO
3. State policy ensures students’ right to self-carry and self-administer prescribed anaphylaxis medication. YES NO
4. State policies or procedures shield school personnel from liability for unintended injuries. YES NO
5. State requires local school districts to create asthma and anaphylaxis medication policy and provides resources, guidelines and parameters. YES NO
6. State policy mandates schools to identify and maintain records for students with chronic conditions including asthma and anaphylaxis. YES NO
7. State requires a procedure updating health records periodically. YES NO
8. State requires that schools maintain asthma/allergy incident reports for reactions, attacks, and medications administered. YES NO
9. State requires a student health history form that includes asthma/allergy information to be maintained for each student. YES NO
10. State requires schools to have emergency protocols for asthma. YES NO
11. State requires schools to have emergency protocols for anaphylaxis. YES NO
12. Nurse-to-student ratio is 1:750 or better. YES NO
A. State requires anaphylaxis epinephrine stocking and authority to administer in schools. YES NO
B. State requires or allows albuterol asthma medication stocking and authority to administer in schools. YES NO
C. State has or is preparing an explicit asthma program with policies, procedures and resources for schools to manage students with asthma. YES NO
D. State has or is preparing an explicit anaphylaxis program with policies, procedures and resources for schools to manage students with allergies. YES NO
E. State has adopted policy that each school will have one full-time nurse. YES NO
F. State has adopted policy that school districts provide case management for students with chronic health conditions such as asthma. YES NO
13. State recognizes problem of asthma in schools and has begun to address it. YES NO
14. State recognizes problem of allergy in schools and has begun to address it. YES NO
G. State sponsors or provides funding for staff training in asthma awareness covering school asthma program/policy and procedures. YES NO
H. State sponsors or provides funding for staff training in food allergies. YES NO
15. State has mandated that all schools must have Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) management policies. YES NO
16. State has adopted a policy requiring that districts and schools conduct periodic inspections ofheating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system & other items important in asthma/allergymanagement. YES NO
17. State has IAQ policies that include specific components important in asthma/allergy management (HVAC, HEPA, carpeting, pesticide use). YES NO
18. State recommends/requires that districts or schools use integrated pest management (IPM)techniques OR ban use of pesticides inside school. YES NO
19. State requires schools to notify parents of upcoming pesticide applications. YES NO
20. State limits school bus idling time and establishes proximity restrictions. YES NO
21. All smoking is prohibited in school buildings and on school grounds. YES NO
22. All smoking is prohibited on school buses and at school-related functions. YES NO
23. Tobacco use prevention is required in health education curriculum. YES NO
I. State makes funding or resources available for technical IAQ assistance to schools. YES NO
J. State recommends standards and programs to promote environmentally preferable materials for school construction, maintenance and cleaning. YES NO
K. State requires school facility design standards that include low emission construction materials,pollutant source controls, durable and easy to clean surfaces and floors, moisture/mold controls. YES NO
L. State has implemented or actively promotes diesel school bus engine retrofitting program. YES NO
M. State requires districts or schools to provide tobacco use cessation services to students. YES NO