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Need Help writing allergy policy for school
I am a mother of 3, two of which are PA. After having my child in a public school for 4 years without a peanut-free zone in the cafeteria, I have finally gotten one with a new adminstration (and the an allergy doctor's mention of a lawsuit). After having an incident in the cafeteria today, I was asked by the school nurse and the principle to help write a policy regarding Peanut allergies.They used the Peanut-Free table today as an isolation table for the misbehaving children. My child was sitting at the table when this happened with his peanut free friend. Children are allowed to consume peanut candy in the gym and its atrium. I know that there is no such thing at peanut free school and that is not what I am asking. I just want peanut free zones in classrooms and places where my child will have to be. They are allergic even to touch. So, if anyone can help with any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.
A baby is a lot like an old truck; it leaks and makes weird noises. Clean up the mess, top off the fluids, and the noises usually stop. ~ Dale Cramer ??
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