School districts are also eligible to take part in the Seizure Smart Schools program.
School districts can work with us to create individualized plans that best serve their schools and students. This usually involves a combination of training nurses, teachers, students, and administrators in that district. Certified school districts receive special recognition from the Epilepsy Foundation, and help students with epilepsy and their parents make educated choices.
Is My District Seizure Smart?
Anoka-Hennepin School District
Eastern Carver County School District
Edina Public School District
Waconia Public School District
Once a district becomes certified as Seizure Smart, they continue working with us to ensure their seizure action plan stays relevant and supports their students.
To become a Seizure Smart District:
Have an initial introductory meeting with district officials and Epilepsy Foundation staff
All schools in the district must be Seizure Smart, or in the process of becoming Seizure Smart
Work with us to create an individualized plan outlining the needs and expectations of the district
Seizure Smart Districts receive:
A Seizure Smart School banner to signify the district has a plan in place to keep students with epilepsy and seizure disorders safe
A Seizure Smart School logo for the district to place on their website
Continuing education support for the district’s needs
Annual Community Education Trainings
A special event celebrating the district’s new distinction
Seizure Smart Districts must renew their plan every four years to keep the Seizure Smart designation. For more information on Seizure Smart Districts, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 651.287.2310.
Looking for more education resources?
We've got you covered! Visit our educator-specific page for additional Seizure Smart resources and materials like classroom kits, seizure action plan templates, and more!