Writing a page-long fact sheet with information regarding everything anyone who might ever work with L at school might need to know about RAS.
Calling a meeting to talk with everyone who might ever work with L at school to go over the fact sheets.
Printing two-inch photos of him, attaching them to the fact sheets, and distributing them to everyone in attendance.
Preparing a full change of clothes in a labelled ziplock bag to keep in every classroom he might visit at school. Including the Thai classroom which is adjacent to his classroom and has a connecting door. And the nurse's office, (which, truth be told, has a giant Rubbermaid box of spare uniforms, which every child in the school is entitled to use when necessary.)
What I will be doing this year:
Telling his teachers, special teachers and the nurse, "If he has a seizure, don't call an ambulance. When it's over, have someone walk him to the nurse to rest."
That is all.
Last year he had no seizures at school, and only one near-miss. So the question is, between common sense and Murphy's law, which will win out?