District Unassigned Emergency Epinephrine Autoinjector Information
Starting October 1, 2020, Belton ISD maintains at least one unassigned adult epinephrine auto-injector pack (two doses) at all campuses and one unassigned pediatric epinephrine auto-injector pack (two doses) at all elementary school campus.
School personnel who are trained and authorized may administer an unassigned epinephrine auto-injector to a person who is reasonably believed to be experiencing anaphylaxis on a school campus.
Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction that may involve multiple body systems. This is a medical emergency that requires immediate intervention and treatment.
You may contact the Director of Health Services at 254-215-2042 for further questions concerning the protocol for unassigned epinephrine autoinjectors in the district.