SEAC recommend to the Board of Trustees that they refer the Anaphylaxis Policy to be updated by the Governance and Policy Committee to reflect part a) below.
Additionally, SEAC recommend to the Board of Trustees an update to the Anaphylaxis Protocol and Guidelines to reflect b), c) and d) as listed below.
a. There is a need to update Policy to reflect transitions of students between two schools, and specifically, but not limited to elementary and secondary schools;
b. Initiate communication between elementary and secondary schools regarding anaphylactic needs for students who enrol in the summer secondary transition course;
c. Include in the Anaphylaxis Protocol and Guidelines, information on the transition process and general communications with students, including recommendations arising out of CSLIT meetings scheduled for later this year; and
d. Include in the Secondary Health and Safety Binder located in schools, a page on the communication plan to be used with students and date implemented.
SEAC recommend to the Board that future Board Learning and Improvement Plans include areas for reporting on Special Education goals.
SEAC recommend to the Board that Diane Montreuil be appointed to the SEAC Committee as the Indigenous representative. (Refer to Attached Application)