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Those of you that are for a ban/reduced risk in the schools: What do you think schools should do that have a student with an anaphylactic allergy to milk?
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Following my daughter's inhalation reaction yesterday, the school principal has decided to remove all peanut products for sale through the vending machines and in the cafeteria!!!! He told me they...
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This is a link to the Living with Peanut Allergy board which someone posted a thread about the first day at Pre Kindergarten, be sure that if you post anything about schools you post to the school...
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Well tomorrow I will be meeting with Michael's Principal,and 4 teachers. He is going back to school after I removed him last year and home schooled him. He had a scary expierence that left us, at...
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Hi All, I know we all teach our children NOT to accept food from other people due to possible cross-contamination with peanut products. [b]I think it would be a great idea to put our children to the...
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On 8-27-99 my local newspaper ran an article about peanut allergy and my 6 year old son. You can find the article on their web site at: [url="http://www.tdn.com/"]http://www.tdn.com/[/url] (The Daily...
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In September 8, 1999 Toronto Star is a great article titled "Potential peanut hazard lurks in school kids' lunch bags by Lynn Roblin. Her website is [url="http://www.eatwrite.com."]http://www....
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Please post articles etc. on the media discussion board and link to them from here on this thread if you can. Do not reply here on this board with discussions on these articles, reply on the thread...
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To all members, Please forward all your suggestions/class actions that could or have worked regarding classmates lunches that have come with PB or related products. Did the teacher allow child to...
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My peanut-allergic son shares the same peanut-free preschool with another peanut-allergic child. I met with the other child's mother for dinner last week and we discussed having the boys in the same...
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Before my computer crashed last month I had found a wonderful site regarding Grade 1. It was a detailed account on how to explain to the children about a child with a peanut allergy. It used the...
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I just joined this website a few days ago. But after reading umpteen postings and finally glad to be able to share some of my concerns and anxiety it strikes me that there are many kids who seem to...
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I am having a hard time getting this issue across to a new principal and school staff. I stated last May and still not in place. Did you all request a meeting on the phone or in writing? Who was...
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I teach at a middle school in Southern Ontario. This year we have two PA students and next year we will add a third. One of these students is in my class this year and will be again next year. We are...
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Anyone who is searching for a peanut free school in the Newmarket area should know that Mazo de la Roche BANS all peanut, nut and peanut products. This is a French Immersion school, so your child...
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Our son will be starting kindergarden this fall at a parochial school. He will not be eating in the cafeteria this year, but they have a policy that is very disturbing. If a child does not wish to...
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I have had a difficult time, like many of you getting through to the school. I started at my son's IEP meeting in May ( he also has a speech delay, hearing impairment and fine motor delay so we...
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Hi All! We are meeting with our daughter's new daycare next week and are wondering if anyone would be willing to share letters that have been sent home to parents of other children requesting...
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I have read a lot of great suggestions for managing peanuts allergies in school. One place where I haven't found any info is about computer terminals. In our school, all the grades use the same "...
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School will be starting in just a couple of weeks for my PA daughter. We have been busy buying school supplies, new epi-pens, and of course a new lunch box! I have never been real comfortable with...
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