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My little cousin's awesome school!!! (What they did for us)
I just moved in with my aunt and uncle. One day when my aunt was going to the school to pick up my little cousin, she noticed that he was finishing up his lunch, a PB&J. She was suddenly worried that there would be a day when he would eat it and not tell her and come home and...well, kill me. So, she asked the school if they could notify her every time he ate peanut products, just in case, so that she could wash him up before he came home. The teacher's response was "Oh, we just won't serve it anymore." That made me really happy and more comfortable with attending the regular public school down here (I'm currently in homeschool). So I just thought I would share one of those rare little moments where someone really made an effort to keep me safe.
Peanuts, Soy, Peas, asthma allergies
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