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Diabetes

Effective management of diabetes is essential to a student's success in school.  The Health Services department is committed to providing support and care needed to keep the student safe and healthy at school.

Students have the right to self-administer insulin, test blood glucose and snack as needed with minimal disruption to the educational process.  Students who are too young for self-care may be assisted by a parent or parent-designee  or by properly trained and supervised district staff.  District staff administering insulin must hold proper licensing under California state law.

Every student with diabetes must have a Diabetes School Management Plan and a Health Care Plan developed by school nurses working with physicians and families.  Plans are reviewed and renewed yearly.    Newly-diagnosed diabetics must have health plan, diabetes supplies in place, and training of staff completed before returning to school.  Diabetic students may qualify for a 504 or an IEP plan.  This determination is made by school teams that include the school nurse.

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