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My peanut and milk allergic son just started preschool. The school has been on and off supportive about it. They have removed peanuts from his classroom and placed him at a separate table to eat. After being told at the beginning of the year that there would be no food related activities, this week, the class is having a "tasting" activity of sweet, sour, and salty items. I volunteered to bring all of the items for all of the children so they could all taste the same items and everyone would be included in this CLASS activity. However, the teacher has already gotten other items, like cheeze-its, which my son cannot have. Curious as to opinions on this matter and how I should handle it.
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