The Brookfield Board of Education is crafting policies on how naloxone could be administered in schools. The Newstimes reports that Brookfield is reviewing guidelines adopted by the Fairfield school district last month. The Connecticut Association of Boards of Education also has policies about use of the opioid overdose reversal treatment. The plan would include who is allowed to administer Narcan, where it will be stored and who to contact about usage. The published report says that district’s legal team compared the potential policy to guidelines on automated external defibrillators, which are used to treat sudden cardiac arrest.