We understand that parents/guardians or students may not know of an anaphylactic allergy until an emergency situation arises. Maryland requires that all schools train their staff members to recognize signs of anaphylaxis and maintain a stock supply of epinephrine auto-injectors (i.e. EpiPen) for use in case of an emergency. Designated staff members at each school are trained to administer EpiPens. Please be assured that whenever an epinephrine auto-injector is used, whether it belongs to your child or is one of the school's stock supply, 911 and you will be called.
Here is the letter with all the information regarding Anaphylaxis and the website information where you can download the form if your child has a know anaphylactic allergy.