Not giving him the inhaler is one thing, but locking the door and not calling 911 at least to get someone who can help this student without the need to have a signed paper is a far different level of dileberate and almost criminal neglect.
http://news.yahoo.com/school-nurse-d...183100040.htmlIn the Florida case, the situation was left to the nurse, and the nurse's solution was to lock the door. She did not call 911. She left this child to whatever might come of the asthma episode.
So what do you do if your child needs lifesaving medication? Can you trust the schools to be certain they will value the life of your child over rules and regulations? If you look at Rudi's situation, it seems the answer is no.