Students must check out and back in with an adult prior to using the bathroom. They should not be leaving in small groups.
Best Practice for Getting Students Attention
Hand in the air indicates students should be quiet right away, followed by staff direction.
We have several students who have nut allergies. We take every precaution to ensure the safety of everyone. Students with nut allergies have the option of sitting at a separate table. These students can invite 1-2 other students to sit with them as long as they do not have nut products in their lunch.
Morse Pond Staff are primarily responsible for monitoring the nuts-free table. Staff can direct volunteers to assist, however, if it appears that someone has nut products, please direct this to a staff member.
If you are concerned that a student is having an adverse reaction, STAY WITH THE STUDENT. If you are unable to get the attention of a staff member, send a student to get additional help.
Symptoms of Anaphylaxis:
- Rapid Pulse
- Facial Flush
- Acute Coughing/Sneezing
- Throbbing in Ears
- Difficulty Breathing/Wheezing
- Swelling of Lips/Eyelids