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Hello Mr. Jennings,


Thank you for the information.


We have complied and completed, trained, and implemented a Medical Action Plan for your daughter based on the information from AI as well.


She does not qualify for a 504.


Thank you,


On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Brandon Jennings > wrote:


Hello

Thanks for the followup

She has been tested by Ai DuPont Hospital and has been diagnosed with having "A life threatening food allergy" to Tree nuts and Peanuts and is prescribed a Epi Pen.

If exposed to (mostly ingested vs smelling) the allergen, then she will have anaphylaxis - see the information from Ai DuPont website(excerpt below):http://kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/food_allergies.html

... is known as anaphylaxis. This is a sudden, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. In addition to the symptoms mentioned above, anaphylaxis can cause swelling of the airway, serious breathing difficulty, a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness, and, in some cases, even death.

From the 504 document, here is one section that is fitting,

Specifically to her severe allergies - it limits the major life activity of "Breathing"

On page 4:

In understanding Section 504, it is important to remember some key definitions.

An individual with disabilities is one who: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (1)]

1. has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities; 2. had a record of such an impairment; or 3. is regarded as having such an impairment.

Major life activities are: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (2) (ii)] functions such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working.

From: To: Brandon jennings <brandonj1995@yahoo.com> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 6:45 AM Subject: Re: Request for a 504 Plan Hello Mr. Jennings, Please read the criteria for qualifying for a 504. Please point out to me the criteria she meets. Thank you On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Brandon jennings <brandonj1995@yahoo.com> wrote: Hello thanks for the follow up. Background: In early Feb, upon speaking to the nurse in regards to wanting to learn more about a 504 plan, she referred me to I sent an email on Feb3,15,22 and beleive left a vmail (but no response) I stopped in today and left a note up at the front desk, that you replied to. I would like to progress on a 504 plan, please advise on the next step. thanks Brandon From: To: brandonj1995@yahoo.com Cc: Subject: Request for a 504 Plan Hello Mr. Jennings, It has been brought to my attention that you sent in a note that said; “per my emails, wanted to get some information on 504 plans.” Please find attached the 504 Regulation from the Department of Education and the requirements to qualify for a 504 Plan. Should you have any further questions, please contact me directly. Thank you, Family Foundations Academy Charter School 1101 Delaware Street New Castle, De 19720 (elementary school) 1 Fallon Avenue Wilmington, DE 19804 (middle school) 302-324-8901 ext 224 302-324-8908 fax “Where students and families succeed”



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To:


Cc:


Date:

03/19/2012 10:42 PM

Subject:

Family Foundations Academy - 504 plan request


Hello

Thanks for the follow up.

Below is the most recent email strings in regards to this topic.

When you get a moment, please review, my objective is a 504 plan.

I will contact you tomorrow morning.

Thanks again and have a nice evening

Brandon

302-740-1430

----- Forwarded by Brandon J


Brandon Jennin

03/14/2012 04:42 PM


To


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Subject

Request for a 504 PlanHello

I do acknowledge the great work done to mitigate the allergy risks - So I am grateful, I do have to point out that it did take some persistence /insistence on my part.


However, I do believe she qualifies and would like to know my next step because of this disagreement.


Furthermore, the work done so far, I believe much of that effort would be covered in such a 504 plan, making the overall process easier.


please advise

thanks

Brandon






03/14/2012 03:28 PM


To


cc



Subject

Re: Request for a 504 Plan

Hello Mr. Jennings,


Thank you for the information.


We have complied and completed, trained, and implemented a Medical Action Plan for your daughter based on the information from AI as well.


She does not qualify for a 504.


Thank you,



On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Brandon Jennings <Brandon.Jennings@


Hello

Thanks for the followup

She has been tested by Ai DuPont Hospital and has been diagnosed with having "A life threatening food allergy" to Tree nuts and Peanuts and is prescribed a Epi Pen.

If exposed to (mostly ingested vs smelling) the allergen, then she will have anaphylaxis - see the information from Ai DuPont website(excerpt below):http://kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/food_allergies.html

... is known as anaphylaxis. This is a sudden, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. In addition to the symptoms mentioned above, anaphylaxis can cause swelling of the airway, serious breathing difficulty, a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness, and, in some cases, even death.

From the 504 document, here is one section that is fitting,

Specifically to her severe allergies - it limits the major life activity of "Breathing"

On page 4:

In understanding Section 504, it is important to remember some key definitions.

An individual with disabilities is one who: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (1)]

1. has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities; 2. had a record of such an impairment; or 3. is regarded as having such an impairment.

Major life activities are: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (2) (ii)] functions such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working.

From: To: Brandon jennings <brandonj1995@yahoo.com> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 6:45 AM Subject: Re: Request for a 504 Plan Hello Mr. Jennings, Please read the criteria for qualifying for a 504. Please point out to me the criteria she meets. Thank you On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Brandon jennings <brandonj1995@yahoo.com> wrote: Hello thanks for the follow up. Background: In early Feb, upon speaking to the nurse in regards to wanting to learn more about a 504 plan, she referred me to Mrs. Cipolla. I sent an email on Feb3,15,22 and beleive left a vmail (but no response) I stopped in today and left a note up at the front desk, that you replied to. I would like to progress on a 504 plan, please advise on the next step. thanks Brandon To: brandonj1995@yahoo.com Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 7:58 PM Subject: Request for a 504 Plan Hello Mr. Jennings, It has been brought to my attention that you sent in a note that said; “per my emails, wanted to get some information on 504 plans.” Please find attached the 504 Regulation from the Department of Education and the requirements to qualify for a 504 Plan. Should you have any further questions, please contact me directly. Thank you, Family Foundations Academy Charter School 1101 Delaware Street New Castle, De 19720 (elementary school) 1 Fallon Avenue Wilmington, DE 19804 (middle school)




To

Brandon Jennings/AE/


cc



Subject

Family Foundations Academy

Hi Mr. Jennings,


I hope all is well. I work with Family Foundations Academy in the

capacity of a psycho-educational consultant to assist them in meeting the

academic needs of their students. It has been brought to my attention

that you had some concerns/questions about the needs of your daughter

being met. Would you mind sharing these concerns with me so we can work

toward a solution that will best suit your daughter's needs. You can

reach me via email or feel free to call me at 302-449-4166. I look

forward to working with you and the school on this matter.





Executive Director

Licensed Psychologist




----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/


From:

Brandon Jennings/

To:

Date:

03/19/2012 10:42 PM

Subject:

Family Foundations Academy - 504 plan request


Hello

Thanks for the follow up.

Below is the most recent email strings in regards to this topic.

When you get a moment, please review, my objective is a 504 plan.

I will contact you tomorrow morning.

Thanks again and have a nice evening

Brandon

302-740-1430

----- Forwarded by Bran----


Brandon Jennings/

03/14/2012 04:42 PM


To



cc



Subject

Request for a 504 PlanHello

I do acknowledge the great work done to mitigate the allergy risks - So I am grateful, I do have to point out that it did take some persistence /insistence on my part.


However, I do believe she qualifies and would like to know my next step because of this disagreement.


Furthermore, the work done so far, I believe much of that effort would be covered in such a 504 plan, making the overall process easier.


please advise

thanks

Brandon






cc



Subject

Re: Request for a 504 Plan

Hello Mr. Jennings,


Thank you for the information.


We have complied and completed, trained, and implemented a Medical Action Plan for your daughter based on the information from AI as well.


She does not qualify for a 504.


Thank you,



On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Brandon Jennings


Hello

Thanks for the followup

She has been tested by Ai DuPont Hospital and has been diagnosed with having "A life threatening food allergy" to Tree nuts and Peanuts and is prescribed a Epi Pen.

If exposed to (mostly ingested vs smelling) the allergen, then she will have anaphylaxis - see the information from Ai DuPont website(excerpt below):http://kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/food_allergies.html

... is known as anaphylaxis. This is a sudden, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. In addition to the symptoms mentioned above, anaphylaxis can cause swelling of the airway, serious breathing difficulty, a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness, and, in some cases, even death.

From the 504 document, here is one section that is fitting,

Specifically to her severe allergies - it limits the major life activity of "Breathing"

On page 4:

In understanding Section 504, it is important to remember some key definitions.

An individual with disabilities is one who: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (1)]

1. has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities; 2. had a record of such an impairment; or 3. is regarded as having such an impairment.

Major life activities are: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (2) (ii)] functions such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working.

Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 6:45 AM Subject: Re: Request for a 504 Plan Hello Mr. Jennings, Please read the criteria for qualifying for a 504. Please point out to me the criteria she meets. Thank you On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Brandon jennings <brandonj1995@yahoo.com> wrote: Hello thanks for the follow up. Background: In early Feb, upon speaking to the nurse in regards to wanting to learn more about a 504 plan, she referred me to Mrs. Cipolla. I sent an email on Feb3,15,22 and beleive left a vmail (but no response) I stopped in today and left a note up at the front desk, that you replied to. I would like to progress on a 504 plan, please advise on the next step. thanks Brandon > Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 7:58 PM Subject: Request for a 504 Plan Hello Mr. Jennings, It has been brought to my attention that you sent in a note that said; “per my emails, wanted to get some information on 504 plans.” Please find attached the 504 Regulation from the Department of Education and the requirements to qualify for a 504 Plan. Should you have any further questions, please contact me directly. Thank you, Family Foundations Academy Charter School 1101 Delaware Street New Castle, De 19720 (elementary school) 1 Fallon Avenue Wilmington, DE 19804 (middle school)


To

Brandon Jenningt


cc


Subject

Family Foundations Academy

Hi Mr. Jennings,


I hope all is well. I work with Family Foundations Academy in the

capacity of a psycho-educational consultant to assist them in meeting the

academic needs of their students. It has been brought to my attention

that you had some concerns/questions about the needs of your daughter

being met. Would you mind sharing these concerns with me so we can work

toward a solution that will best suit your daughter's needs. You can

reach me via email or feel free to call me at 302-449-4166. I look

forward to working with you and the school on this matter.





Executive Director

Licensed Psychologist




----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings

Date:

03/20/2012 09:54 AM

Subject:

Emergency Plan for FFA


Hello

Here are some of the initial emails that I spoke about

Some emails, about the school wide plan...(Nov 29th)

and the asking for such a plan and willing to help (Nov 16)

Have a nice day

Brandon

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Subject

Re: FFA Site wide Allergy plan template

Good Morning Mr. Jennings,

Thank you for your assistance. I also mentioned to you that we have individual appropriate plans in writing for students in our nurses office as required by the state.

The nurses also provide training to staff. Thank you for your support and we will work toward a written school wide plan.

Thank you

Family Foundations Academy Charter School

On Jan 4, 2012 11:26 PM, "Brandon Jennings" <Brandon.Jwrote:

Hello

Happy new year,

hope you all had a nice holiday.

I spoke with and she mentioned the good work the staff have done to raise awareness of allergies. She mentioned nothing has been put to paper.

I mentioned I found an example of a plan that you all can use as a template.

a)Here is that example plan that you all can review

b)also, I found an article from today about the dangers of allergies


If any help is needed in this effort, please advise

thanks

Brandon


--

cc



Subject

Fw: Emergency Plan for FFAHello

Haven't heard back from the or the nursing team

- If you have a moment please advise

thanks and have a nice holiday

Brandon

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennin


cc



Subject

Fw: Emergency Plan for FFAHello

just follow up

please advise per the email below

thanks

Brandon

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jenning


cc



Subject

Emergency Plan for FFAHello

Hope you had a nice weekend

Just following up on the time line of the nursing team discussion of the School wide emergency plan.

-once again I am willing to help develop....

-here is the sample plan I sent earlier


when you get a moment , please advise

thanks

Brandon



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Subject

RE: Emergency Plan for BailiHello

thanks for the follow up,

I am waiting to hear back from the nursing team on their thoughts on the example plan I sent.

thanks again

Brandon

T


Subject

RE: Emergency Plan for Baili

Hello Mr. Jennings,


Thank you for working with the nurse to complete a plan for your daughter. We would appreciate if medical feedback or input goes directly to the nurse. Individual plans must be completed as each child is an individual and so are their circumstances. The state gives guidelines and requires that the medical staff is the point of contact and follow through of such plans and procedures. Staff (teachers) can be trained but it is not a requirement. The nurse trains and informs staff of individual situations. If our nursing team feels there is a need for various plans based on the feedback from our parents, they will research the information accordingly, check state guidelines, and will move forward when they speak with us.


Thank you for your care and concerns. Your feedback is valuable and greatly appreciated.


Thank you,


Family Foundations Academy Charter School

1101 Delaware Street

New Castle, De 19720 (elementary school)

1 Fallon Avenue

Wilmington, DE 19804 (middle school)

302-324-8901 ext 224

302-324-8908 fax

“Where students and families succeed”


From:

Subject: Emergency Plan for Baili


Hello

Great to hear that there are safeguards for Baili. Thankyou

I would like to discuss the schoolwide plan that sets safeguards for all students with allergies. This will help not just currently enrolled students, but future students as well.

I wanted to talk to Mr. Moore and Dn first about the schoolwide plan to see if they support the plan before going through the effort of creating one.

But the receptionist said that Mr. Moore and/or suggest we talk about the plan first.

When you get a moment, please review the example plan and let me know when we can discuss.

Just trying to be proactive.

Thanks

Brandon

-------------------------------additional resources-------------------------------------------------

a)Here is the plan:


b)Here is a link to a recent allergy article:

c)Here is a link to DOE for Massachusetts on their state allergy plan



To

Brandon Jennings/A

cc

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Good morning,

Thank you for the Emergency Plan for Baili concerning her “Peanut, Pecan, Cashew and Tree Nut Mix” allergy. A copy has been given to Ms. McConnell as well. Also, Ms. McConnell has been trained to use an EpiPen should the need arise and I am not available (ex. Field trips). The Specialist Team has been instructed not to give Baili anything to eat. The cafeteria staff has been instructed not to give Baili anything to eat; should she drop her lunch, you will be called to bring her more food.

Should you have any questions, you can give me a call at: 302-324-8901 ext. 249.

Have a nice day,





T

Subject

Fw: Allergy plan inquiryHello

When you get a moment

please review the school plan I found below

- I would like to discuss if you currently have such a plan and if not if this is something worth implementing


thanks

Brandon

(See attached file: Allergy plan.doc)

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/A


Brandon Jenni



Subject

Allergy plan inquiryHello

Hope all is well


Please advise if you have an emergency plan for Life threating allergic reactions. (not simple hives or itchy skin... but anaphylactic shock which can be fatal)

-One scenario is at breakfast there is a student who reacts to a muffin and they have an injection pen for allergies and the nurse is not at school as yet - what is the protocol.


Here is links to a recent cases to show the seriousness of this topic.



Some schools have plans, with roles and responsibilities to minimize risks.


I am willing to help with developing if there is nothing in place.


please advise

thanks

Brandon


Date:

03/20/2012 09:54 AM

Subject:

Emergency Plan for FFA




Hello

Here are some of the initial emails that I spoke about

Some emails, about the school wide plan...(Nov 29th)

and the asking for such a plan and willing to help (Nov 16)

Have a nice day

Brandon

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




Subject

Re: FFA Site wide Allergy plan template

Good Morning Mr. Jennings,

Thank you for your assistance. I also mentioned to you that we have individual appropriate plans in writing for students in our nurses office as required by the state.

The nurses also provide training to staff. Thank you for your support and we will work toward a written school wide plan.

Thank you

Family Foundations Academy Charter School

On Jan 4, 2012 11:26 PM, "Brandon Jennings" <Brandon.Jewrote:

Hello

Happy new year,

hope you all had a nice holiday.

I spoke with and she mentioned the good work the staff have done to raise awareness of allergies. She mentioned nothing has been put to paper.

I mentioned I found an example of a plan that you all can use as a template.

a)Here is that example plan that you all can review

b)also, I found an article from today about the dangers of allergies


If any help is needed in this effort, please advise

thanks

Brandon


----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings


Brandon Jennings

cc



Subject

Fw: Emergency Plan for FFAHello

Haven't heard back from the or the nursing team

- If you have a moment please advise

thanks and have a nice holiday

Brandon

-----


cc



Subject

Fw: Emergency Plan for FFAHello

just follow up

please advise per the email below

thanks

Brandon

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings

cc



Subject

Emergency Plan for FFAHello

Hope you had a nice weekend

Just following up on the time line of the nursing team discussion of the School wide emergency plan.

-once again I am willing to help develop....

-here is the sample plan I sent earlier


when you get a moment , please advise

thanks

Brandon



----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/


Subject

RE: Emergency Plan for BailiHello

thanks for the follow up,

I am waiting to hear back from the nursing team on their thoughts on the example plan I sent.

thanks again

Brandon





Subject

RE: Emergency Plan for Baili

Hello Mr. Jennings,


Thank you for working with the nurse to complete a plan for your daughter. We would appreciate if medical feedback or input goes directly to the nurse. Individual plans must be completed as each child is an individual and so are their circumstances. The state gives guidelines and requires that the medical staff is the point of contact and follow through of such plans and procedures. Staff (teachers) can be trained but it is not a requirement. The nurse trains and informs staff of individual situations. If our nursing team feels there is a need for various plans based on the feedback from our parents, they will research the information accordingly, check state guidelines, and will move forward when they speak with us.


Thank you for your care and concerns. Your feedback is valuable and greatly appreciated.


Thank you,


1101 Delaware Street

New Castle, De 19720 (elementary school)

1 Fallon Avenue

Wilmington, DE 19804 (middle school)

302-324-8901 ext 224

302-324-8908 fax

“Where students and families succeed”


F


Hello

Great to hear that there are safeguards for Baili. Thankyou

I would like to discuss the schoolwide plan that sets safeguards for all students with allergies. This will help not just currently enrolled students, but future students as well.

I wanted to talk to Mr. Moore and first about the schoolwide plan to see if they support the plan before going through the effort of creating one.

But the receptionist said that Mr. Moore and/or suggest we talk about the plan first.

When you get a moment, please review the example plan and let me know when we can discuss.

Just trying to be proactive.

Thanks

Brandon

-------------------------------additional resources-------------------------------------------------

a)Here is the plan:


b)Here is a link to a recent allergy article:

c)Here is a link to DOE for Massachusetts on their state allergy plan






Good morning,

Thank you for the Emergency Plan for Baili concerning her “Peanut, Pecan, Cashew and Tree Nut Mix” allergy. A copy has been given to Ms. McConnell as well. Also, Ms. McConnell has been trained to use an EpiPen should the need arise and I am not available (ex. Field trips). The Specialist Team has been instructed not to give Baili anything to eat. The cafeteria staff has been instructed not to give Baili anything to eat; should she drop her lunch, you will be called to bring her more food.

Should you have any questions, you can give me a call at: 302-324-8901 ext. 249.

Have a nice day,




Subject

Fw: Allergy plan inquiryHello

When you get a moment

please review the school plan I found below

- I would like to discuss if you currently have such a plan and if not if this is something worth implementing


thanks

Brandon

(See attached file: Allergy plan.doc)

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings

B

Subject

Allergy plan inquiryHello

Hope all is well


Please advise if you have an emergency plan for Life threating allergic reactions. (not simple hives or itchy skin... but anaphylactic shock which can be fatal)

-One scenario is at breakfast there is a student who reacts to a muffin and they have an injection pen for allergies and the nurse is not at school as yet - what is the protocol.


Here is links to a recent cases to show the seriousness of this topic.



Some schools have plans, with roles and responsibilities to minimize risks.


I am willing to help with developing if there is nothing in place.


please advise

thanks

Brandon

302-740-1430

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/





----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings

cc



Subject

Fw: FFA - 504 Plan inquiryHere is the note to Mrs Cipolla

Left vmails

Still haven't heard from her.

This is where saw the note to Mrs Cipolla on 3/13 and responded to me

, so I do not expect a response from Mrs Cipolla

thanks

Brandon

----- Forwarded by


Brandon Jennings

cc



Subject

Fw: FFA - 504 Plan inquiry

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/

cc



Subject

Fw: FFA - 504 Plan inquiryjust following up

please advise

thanks

Brandon

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/

cc



Subject

FFA - 504 Plan inquiryHello

I am a parent of a Kindergartener there at FFA


I am inquiring about a 504 plan and I believe your name was given

Please advise if you are the contact?

If so, wanted to know what it is, criteria, what it does...

If not, do you know the contact

thanks

Brandon

302-740-1430

----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/

Date:

03/20/2012 12:37 PM

Subject:

Re: Family Foundations Academy - 504 plan request





I spoke with Mr. Jennings via phone this morning and had a very productive

conversation. Mr. Jennings voiced his concern regarding his daughter's

food allergy and wish to pursue a 504 plan to accommodate her. However,

Mr. Jennings voiced that he would prefer a school-wide implementation of a

health plan that would benefit all existing and future FFA students with

the same type of allergy. Based on this stated preference, it sounds like

both the school and Mr. Jennings are on the same page.


It's important to note that Mr. Jennings expressed concern with how timely

a school-wide plan will be implemented and wishes to continue his pursuit

of a 504 plan for his daughter if a school-wide plan cannot be implemented

very soon. He also voiced his willingness to assist with the timely

implementation of a school-wide plan if it will help.


I will communicate my recommendation for moving forward on this matter

with the school and offer to assist as needed in its implementation.





Executive Director

Licensed Psychologist



> Hello

> Thanks for the follow up.

> Below is the most recent email strings in regards to this topic.

> When you get a moment, please review, my objective is a 504 plan.

> I will contact you tomorrow morning.

> Thanks again and have a nice evening

> Brandon

> 302-740-1430

> ----- Forwarded by Brandon Jennings/

> Subject

> Request for a 504 Plan(Document

> link: Brandon Jennings)

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> Hello

> I do acknowledge the great work done to mitigate the allergy risks - So I

> am grateful, I do have to point out that it did take some

> persistence /insistence on my part.

>

> However, I do believe she qualifies and would like to know my next step

> because of this disagreement.

>

> Furthermore, the work done so far, I believe much of that effort would be

> covered in such a 504 plan, making the overall process easier.

>

> please advise

> thanks

> Brandon

>

>

>

>

>

>

> PM cc

>

> Subject

> Re: Request for a 504 Plan

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> Hello Mr. Jennings,

>

> Thank you for the information.

>

> We have complied and completed, trained, and implemented a Medical Action

> Plan for your daughter based on the information from AI as well.

>

> She does not qualify for a 504.

>

> Thank you,

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> Hello

>

>

> Thanks for the followup

>

>

> She has been tested by Ai DuPont Hospital and has been diagnosed with

> having "A life threatening food allergy" to Tree nuts and Peanuts and

> is

> prescribed a Epi Pen.

>

>

> If exposed to (mostly ingested vs smelling) the allergen, then she

> will

> have anaphylaxis - see the information from Ai DuPont website(excerpt

> below):

>

>

> ... is known as anaphylaxis. This is a sudden, potentially

> life-threatening allergic reaction. In addition to the symptoms

> mentioned

> above, anaphylaxis can cause swelling of the airway, serious breathing

> difficulty, a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness, and, in

> some

> cases, even death.

>

>

>

>

>

> From the 504 document, here is one section that is fitting,

>

>

> Specifically to her severe allergies - it limits the major life

> activity

> of "Breathing"

>

>

>

>

>

> On page 4:

>

>

> In understanding Section 504, it is important to remember some key

> definitions.

>

>

> An individual with disabilities is one who: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (1)]

>

>

> 1. has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one

> or

> more major life activities;

> 2. had a record of such an impairment; or

> 3. is regarded as having such an impairment.

>

>

>

>

>

> Major life activities are: [Sec. 104.3 (j) (2) (ii)]

> functions such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks,

> walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working.

>

>

>

>

>


> To: Brandon jennings <brandonj1995@yahoo.com>

> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 6:45 AM

> Subject: Re: Request for a 504 Plan

>

> Hello Mr. Jennings,

>

> Please read the criteria for qualifying for a 504.  Please point out

> to

> me the criteria she meets.

>

> Thank you


>

> On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Brandon jennings <

> Hello

> thanks for the follow up.

> Background:

> In early Feb, upon speaking to the nurse in regards to wanting to learn

> more about a 504 plan, she referred me to Mrs. Cipolla.

> I sent an email on Feb3,15,22 and beleive left a vmail (but no

> response)

> I stopped in today and left a note up at the front desk, that you

> replied

> to.

>

> I would like to progress on a 504 plan, please advise on the next step.

> thanks

> Brandon

> 302-740-1430

>


> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 7:58 PM

> Subject: Request for a 504 Plan

>

>

> Hello Mr. Jennings,

>

> It has been brought to my attention that you sent in a note that said;

> “per my emails, wanted to get some information on 504 plans.”Â

> Please

> find attached the 504 Regulation from the Department of Education and

> the

> requirements to qualify for a 504 Plan. Should you have any further

> questions, please contact me directly.

>

> Thank you,


> Family Foundations Academy Charter School

> 1101 Delaware Street

> New Castle, De 19720 (elementary school)

> 1 Fallon Avenue

> Wilmington, DE 19804 (middle school)

> 302-324-8901 ext 224

> 302-324-8908 fax

> “Where students and families succeed”

>

>

>t

> To

> 03/19/2012 07:56 Brandon Jennings

> PM cc

>

>

> Subject

> Family Foundations Academy

>

> Hi Mr. Jennings,

>

> I hope all is well. I work with Family Foundations Academy in the

> capacity of a psycho-educational consultant to assist them in meeting the

> academic needs of their students. It has been brought to my attention

> that you had some concerns/questions about the needs of your daughter

> being met. Would you mind sharing these concerns with me so we can work

> toward a solution that will best suit your daughter's needs. You can

> reach me via email or feel free to call me at 302-449-4166. I look

> forward to working with you and the school on this matter.

>

>

> Executive Director

> Licensed Psychologist

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