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Nutrition & Health Screenings

To be in compliance with all Texas State laws and TEA/TDA/USDA regulations in connection with providing catering for breakfast and lunch The Brazos School for Inquiry & Creativity provides catering services for both campuses.

Name of Vendor:

The Healthy Lunch Box, Inc.

614 W. Greens Rd.

Houston, Texas 77067

Food Allergy Document for Physicians.pdf

Health Screenings

Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students Grades K – 12 – 2022 – 2023

This chart summarizes the vaccine requirements incorporated in the Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 25 Health Services, §§97.61-97.72. This document is not intended as a substitute for the TAC, which has other provisions and details. The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is granted authority to set immunization requirements by the Texas Education Code, Chapter 38.

Health Screenings Document.pdf

Bacterial Meningitis Information to Students and Parents

As Required by Texas law, students in pre-k, kindergarten, first, third, and new students enrolling in the district will be screen for vision and hearing within 120 days of admission. Please see the document  for more information on health screenings.

Media Release: Communiity Release Eligibility Provision (CEP)

Cafeteria Menu

October Menus PDF

November Menus PDF

Preschool Breakfast

Breakfast k-8

Lunch Preschool

Lunch k-8

Guidelines for the Care of Students with Food Allergies At-Risk for Anaphylaxis

Food Allergy Information The parent of each student enrolled in BSIC must complete a form provided by BSIC that discloses (1) whether the child has a food allergy or a severe food allergy that should be disclosed to the school to enable it to take any necessary precautions regarding the child’s safety and (2) specifies the food(s) to which the child is allergic and the nature of the allergic reaction. For purposes of this requirement, the term ―severe food allergy‖ means a dangerous or life-threatening reaction of the human body to a food-borne allergen introduced by inhalation, ingestion, or skin contact that requires immediate medical attention. BSIC may also require information from a child’s physician if the child has food allergies. Food allergy information forms will be maintained in the child’s student records, and shall remain confidential. Information provided on food allergy information forms may be disclosed to teachers, school counselors, school nurses, and other appropriate school personnel only to the extent consistent with Board policy and as permissible under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

Awards

Health Service Certificate

For more information contact Deloris Farlough –Director of Food and Nutrition and PEIMS Coordinator: 979.775.2152