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Did you know that you can order Longhorn gear online from the Burwell Booster Club? Just visit their website managed by Custom Sports to see all of this season's new apparel and show your team spirit. You can find it online at http://nebraskascreenprinting.com/product-category/team-apparel/burwell/#.Vcu9LK_mHFk.email or visit the Burwell Jr. Sr. High School website and click on the "Horn Booster Gear" button on the right side of the page. Happy shopping--Go Longhorns!
With the new one to one Chrome Book program there has been a change in the Signature Pages at the back of the Jr. Sr. High School Student Handbook.
Students will not be given a printed hard copy of the Student Handbook. The Student Handbook will be on the Jr. Sr. High School web page.
During the Chrome Book check out night the Technology Use and Student Handbook receipt will be given to students.
These pages are to be returned to school no later than Friday, August 21st.
Medication sheets and Permission to Drive Home during the lunch period will be available at the Jr. Sr. Hgh School Office.
Attack on Asthma--Nebraska
Attack on Asthma Nebraska is a protocol followed through Rule59, a regulation from the State of nebraska, that requires all schools to be prepared to respond to a life threatening asthma attack or allergic reation.
Any student that has been diagnosed with ashtma or an allergy must have an action plan on file. This action plan is used to care for these students in the event of a severe asthma or allergic reation.
The protocol will be used on any individual that does not have an action plan and is exhibiting signs and symptoms of a severe asthma or allergic reation.
The Signs/Symptoms for Activation
The protocol is initiated in the event that a person is exhibiting signs and symptoms of:
Chest pain, heaviness, tightness
Tired, no energy
Blue/Grey tinge lips, nail beds
Severe Allergic Reaction:
Itching on skin, mouth, throat
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
Shortness of breath
Low Blood pressure
Activate Emergency Response Team Members
Administration of an Epi-Pen injection and Albuterol nebulizer
Ongoing assessment of vital signs and need for CPR
Notification of Parent/Guardian
Any individual treated with Epinephrine will be transferred to a medical facility for further care.
The protocol is a signed order by Dr. Holmquist
*Mission Statement AOA Organization: "No child should die at school from an asthma attack or allergic reation."
Emergency Response Team
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