peanut restricted campus


Oak Ridge is a Peanut Restricted school. Classrooms are Tree Nut and Peanut Restricted.

Our goal is to ensure that students with food allergies have a safe and welcoming learning environment. Children with food allergies face life-threatening reactions when these allergens are ingested or in some cases, inhaled. 

Oak Ridge Policy

If food is served at an Oak Ridge Event and/or PTA Meetings they are to be Peanut and Tree Nut Free


  • Donuts with Dads
  • Muffins with Moms
  • Polar Bear Dance
  • Pixie Shop
  • Unplugged Week
  • All School Picnic
  • Daddy/Daughter Dance
  • Mother/Son Event
  • Fun Run
  • Field Day
  • 2nd Grade Holiday Feast
  • ADDITIONAL NOTE: Room Mothers please remember that all class holiday parties are to be nut free as well

Peanut and Tree nut Restricted classrooms

All classrooms including the media center, music room, art room and gym have been designated as "NUT FREE." This means that no snacks containing any kind of peanuts or tree nuts will be allowed. Students may eat tree nuts in the lunchroom only. There are no peanuts allowed anywhere in the school or on school grounds. Posters are posted throughout the school as reminders.  

teacher and lunch monitor awareness training

All staff will receive education and information on specific allergies of Oak Ridge students along with procedures for addressing allergic reactions. Each staff is epi-pen trained yearly.

emergency kits

New child identified bags with their specific allergy medications are readily accessible to staff in the school office. If your child is in need of a kit, see Sue Kaczowski in the front office. 

one page picture sheet

All parents of students with life threatening food allergies can sign a permission slip and provide a 2 x 3" picture that will be added to a one page sheet. This sheet is distributed to each teacher and staff member at school. This ensures that everyone is aware of the students in the school with life threatening allergies.

lunch room allergy table

There is a table designated for those children who have food allergies in the lunchroom

National Food allergy awareness week

In May the Allergy Awareness Committee does some things in the school to educate the students about life threatening food allergies

for more information, please visit the links below