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Member Alerts

Member Alerts provide guidance on regulations that affect our member districts.

Sexual Harassment Prevention
Epinephrine Auto-Injectors (aka EpiPens) - Member Alert AB 1266 - Jun 2019

California Education Code (EC) Section 49414, as amended by Senate Bill 1266, effective January 1, 2015, requires school districts to provide emergency epinephrine auto-injectors to school nurses or trained personnel who have volunteered, and provides that school nurses or trained personnel who have volunteered may use epinephrine auto-injectors to provide emergency medical aid to persons suffering or reasonably believed to be suffering from an anaphylactic reaction.


Due to a lack of available stock from Mylan Pharmaceuticals, the expiration dates have been extended on the Epi Pens below.  Please refer to the attached notice with new expiration dates.  Refer to Member Alert - June 2019 for further details.    

  • Epinephrine Injection, USP Auto-Injectors 0.3 mg 
    • NDC 49502-102-02 appears on the box 
    • NDC 49502-102-01 appears on the individual device within the box
  • EpiPen® (epinephrine injection, USP) 0.3 mg Auto-Injectors 
    • NDC 49502-500-02 appears on the box 
    • NDC 49502-500-01 appears on the individual device within the box
Automated External Defibrillators (AED) in Schools - Member Alert AB 2009 - Oct 2018 and NEW AB 1595 Sep 2019

Recent legislation, AB 2009 (September 2018) Effective July 1, 2019, states; "any school district or charter school, that elects to offer any interscholastic athletic program, shall acquire at least one AED for each school within the district and place the AED within 3-5 minutes of any athletic event.  

AB 1595 clarifies that the requirement is for each school that participates in the program within the jurisdiction of the school district or the charter school.  See Member Alert for further information.  

Possession of a firearm in a school zone - Member Alert AB 424 - Nov 2017

On October 15, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 424 which removes school superintendents’ authority to allow individuals with CCW permits to carry concealed weapons on campus.

Competitive Cheer - Member Alert AB 949 - Jun 2017

The California Interscholastic Federation, in consultation with the State Department of Education has worked to develop guidelines, procedures and safety standards for the purpose of classifying competition cheer as an interscholastic sport.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest - Member Alert AB 1639 - May 2017

The Eric Paredes Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act, AB 1639, enacts several requirements for all K-12 California School Districts with students participating in athletic activities.  

Suicide Prevention Policy - Member Alert AB 2246 - Apr 2017

Effective July 1, 2017, new Education Code section 215 requires local education agencies (LEAs) serving any of grades 7 to 12 to adopt a policy on pupil suicide prevention for those grades. 

Mandated Reporter - Member Alert AB 1432 - May 2015

AB 1432 requires school districts, county offices of education, state special schools and diagnostic centers operated by the State Department of Education, and charter schools shall Provide annual training to their employees and persons working on their behalf who are mandated reporters and develop a process for all persons required to receive training pursuant to this section to provide proof of completing the training within the first six weeks of each school year or within the first six weeks of that person’s employment.

Concussions in Youth Sports - Member Alert AB 2127 - Feb 2015

All concussions are serious and can occur in a variety of school settings and activities. Know your concussion ABCs.  

Chiropractor Informational Review

Schools Insurance Authority has undertaken various initiatives to help protect the health and safety of 
student athletes. It has recently hosted CIF presentations regarding new statutory coaching requirements, recommended the adoption of a more comprehensive and standardized Sports Physical Form, and urged members to require that younger, middle school athletes be required to undergo sports physical because they are at least equally vulnerable to injury as their older counterparts. These initiatives have sparked questions from Members regarding the proper use of chiropractors in their sports programs. Members have asked whether chiropractors can serve as “team doctors” and execute sports physical forms. Members have also raised concerns regarding risk exposures when licensed physicians (MDs and Dos, or duly licensed, directed and supervised physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners) are not used in such roles. This Informational Review addresses these issues.