The principal has addressed the issue. Teachers still are not doing it. That doesn't address support staff that do not have access to e-school. I do not get Health History forms until the day school starts. So, I couldn't have meetings before school starts. Also, our mobility rate is insanely high. My son goes to school where I work. There are only 9 out of 27 kids in his class from August. Kids are constantly transferring in and out. I personally have over 150 teachers. I don't think one on one meetings are feasible. I thought about e-mailing lists to teachers. Just the name of the student. Maybe if they -know- they have a student with a health problem, they will look up their health alert? I sent home ECPs for the usual (seizure, asthma, food allergies etc ) I got less than 5% back. I gave the teachers a copy of this form... but it doesn't help when parents dont fill them out.