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The Food Allergy/Disability Substitution Request form must be completed in its entirety and signed/dated by the student’s physician.  This form needs to be returned to Melissa Duce, District Dietitian, Child Nutrition Programs District Office, 12050 Rolater Road, Frisco, Texas 75035 by mail, or by email at ducem@friscoisd.org.  You do not need to provide a new form each year unless there is a change in your student’s allergies.  It is your responsibility to renew this form should my child’s nutritional needs change.  To remove allergy restrictions from this student’s account, a note signed by the student’s physician stating the student no longer has the food allergy or intolerance must be submitted to the child nutrition department.  This requirement is in accordance with state and federal regulations, stating that under no circumstances is the child nutrition department to revise or change a diet prescription or medical order and must document changes to any existing diet orders in writing.  If you have any questions, please contact Melissa Duce at 469-633-6987.

Food Allergy Substitution Request Form  
Allergens List   

The Child Nutrition Program maintains an email distribution list for anyone interested in menu changes that could impact student’s food allergies or special dietary needs.  If you would like to be included on this distribution list, please send an email to ducem@friscoisd.org. Those who elect to be included will receive occasional email updates regarding product changes or recipe ingredient changes.  The email updates are to be used as a resource guide only.  It is not a guarantee of information regarding all changes to ingredients in all foods or menu items.  Products stocked by Frisco ISD may change due to supplier changes or substitutions.  Manufacturers may also change formulation and ingredient profiles without the knowledge of the Frisco ISD Child Nutrition Department.  The information provided in the email updates are not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional.

Food allergies that result in severe, life-threatening (anaphylactic reaction) are considered a disability and an appropriate prescribed food substitution will be made with a licensed physician’s assessment.  All other food allergies, intolerances, and preferences not considered life threatening are not identified as a disability under either Section 605 of the Rehabilitation Act or Part B of IDEA.  The Child Nutrition department, at their discretion, may make food substitutions for individual children who do not have a disability but who are medically certified as having a special medical or dietary need.  A medical statement must be submitted and decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis.

(Texas Department of Agriculture, November 2011)

 
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