Defibrillators in Schools


Creating a Safe and Respectful Classroom Environment- (Downloadable Toolkit from Safe & Supportive Schools)

Discipline and School Climate– U.S. Department of Education Laws & Guidance

School Discipline Laws & Regulations from Safe & Supportive Schools

Etiquette Guide for Understanding Those with Disabilities and FCC Tips

Food Allergies (See below.)

Guidance by State:  Illinois and Chicago Public Schools; Indiana; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Ohio; Wisconsin

Health Plan/ Section 504 Online Tutorial– This overview tutorial is designed to assist individuals responsible for the education of students with disabilities. It provides an overview of the requirements and benefits of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (hereafter referred to as Section 504).  Contents: The tutorial is organized into a pre-test, a post-test, and seven modules:  Module 1 — Section 504 Requirements; Module 2 — Procedures for K-12 students; Module 3 — Developing a 504 Plan; Module 4 — Procedural safeguards; Module 5 — Discipline; Module 6 — Comparison of Section 504 and IDEA 2004; Module 7 — Section 504 and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Protection for Postsecondary Students.  Pre-test and Post-test: There are two short “true/false” tests that allow you to check your Section 504 knowledge before and after taking the tutorial. You will use the pre-test to identify areas you’ll want to put extra focus on when you go through the tutorial. Use the post-test to identify any areas where you may want to return for extra review after finishing the tutorial.  504 Plan Frequently Asked Questions   YOU TUBE VIDEO:  What is a 504 Plan?


What are the requirements for  student immunization records by state?

Medical Compliant Student Procedures by State

Illinois School Code and Illinois School Health Issues

Indiana  and  Indiana Provider FAQ’s

Michigan and Michigan State Education Rules

Minnesota and State Guidance

Missouri and Public School Requirements and Q & A for Public School Health Requirements

Ohio and Summary of State Requirements for Schools  Ohio Department of Health Requirements and Procedures  Ohio School Nursing Forms

Wisconsin and State Guidance 

Injuries and Health Conditions

MANAGING ASTHMA: A GUIDE FOR SCHOOLS and Asthma & Children Fact Sheet from The American Lung Association

What is ADHD? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?    Identifying and Treating ADHD:  A Resource for School and Home 

ADHD Free Materials/ Posters; Fact Sheets; Checklists, etc.)

Head Injuries and Concussions  / Concussion ABC’s Fact Sheet for Schools

Model Policy and Guidance for Prevention and Treatment of Sports-Related Concussions and Head Injuries

Helping the Student with Diabetes Succeed: A Guide for School Personnel and School Team Care

U.S. Department of Health Diseases Fact Sheets


What is The Americans with Disabilities Act?  How does No Child Left Behind Title II ADA relate to the school setting?  Specifically, how does ADA impacts those in Elementary and Secondary schools?  What are the differences between ADA needs and those who require a Section 504 Health Plan?  And, ADA in the workplace:  The ADA- Your Employment Rights as an Individual with a Disability

Civil Rights (Office of Civil Rights) Website:  Anti-discrimination; Filing a complaint; Topics by student categories; Policies & Data; Contacts

Each school director also serves as a designee for Civil Rights and, or ADA assistance/ requests.  Locate your child’s school here:  http://www.conceptschools.org/schools/

Office of Civil Rights Non Discrimination Statement and Office of Civil Rights Offices and how to file consent/ complaint by state-  DROP BOX TO YOUR SCHOOL’S STATE FOR:   Illinois; Indiana; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Ohio; Wisconsin

FERPA and HIPPA Public Health and Schools Toolkit (*New, 2015)

HIPPA and FERPA and PPA  and Privacy Rights explained, for HIPPA and FERPA from The National Association of School Nurses

What is The Section 504 1973 Rehabilitation Act? What are one’s rights that fall under this act?  What is a 504 Plan?

Medication Administration Requirements by State

Illinois; Indiana; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Ohio and Ohio, continued; Wisconsin

State Policies on Staff Administration of Medication in Schools from The Center for Health and Health Care In Schools


All States, here:  https://www.pbis.org/pbis-network

Illinois; Indiana; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Ohio; Wisconsin


What is Mandated Reporting?  Mandated Reporting by State and State Statutes of Child Abuse and Neglect (Drop box to your state and content area.)

Bullying:  Find out how your state refers to bullying in its laws and what they require on part of schools and districts.  Bully Law requirements by State and The Center for Parent Information & Resources on Bullying 

Fact Sheet on Bloodborne Pathogens (American Red Cross and Schools Need to Know Information)

Poster on Choking from The American Red Cross

Adult First Aid/ CPR/ AED Ready Reference from The American Red Cross

Find local training(s) for your schools(s) via The American Red Cross or The National Safety Council 

Become OSHA compliant online in just 2-hours. NSC Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens Online (Scroll to: Online Compliance and General Safety Training)

Safety Plan Resources by State Boards of Education:  Illinois; Indiana; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Ohio and Wisconsin

Preventing, Assessing, and Intervening in Teenage Dating Abuse – A Training for Specialized Instructional Support Personnel

U.S. Department of Education Emergency Planning


National Association of School Psychologists Reports and Fact Sheets for all Health Related Topics

Center for Disease Control lists of all Health Related Topics