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Next year my PA son will be in his fourth year at his school (2nd grade). Every year I have either been his class mom, or just attended every class party. Next year will be his last one at this...
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My niece started kindergarten this year. Her school is not peanut free and we are trying to make sure she is safe. She has the section 504 but the school is not doing much to protect her. They are...
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We just got the news that the private Montessori school we enrolled our daughter in have decided they cannot keep her safe and will not enroll her. Is she covered in Title III of ADA. Any...
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Hi. I am new to actually posting on the board, but not to checking in from time to time. My son is starting kindergarten and has a severe peanut allergy as well as a tree nut allergy. I just met...
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Hi everyone! My son is in pre-school this year with one teacher and 2 aides in the classroom (all 3 Epipen trained). Next year, he is going to Kindergarten with only 1 teacher, no aides and about...
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I get so tired of hearing the argument that peanut bans are unrealistic, and that they will shield kids from what it will be like in the real world. People don't realize that the learning environment...
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How concerned do we need to be about peanut residue on playground equipment at a K-6 school? We've never had a problem at public playgrounds and do not want to make an issue of this unnecessarily....
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Hi, I have three daughters with life threatening allergies. We are looking to move to an area that has more tolerance and compassion for children with food allergies. My daughter's will be in 4th,...
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My PA & TA DD5's Kindergarten teacher has been teaching for 19 yrs but has supposedly never dealt with a child that has food allergies. She has been told since day 1 that my daughter is to have...
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I was wondering if there is anyone out there who has a 504 in the Douglas County School District in Colorado. If so, how did you get it through. I requested one and I am hitting some barriers and...
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We are looking at schools for my daughter and son. Daughter does not have FAs but son is pn/tn. He isn't school age yet but I want him to be able to safely and successfully attend with my daughter....
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Does anyone know of nut-free schools in Massachusetts? I found that Peabody Public Schools has some, and I also heard about one in Concord. There must be more out there. We can't afford private...
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Hello all, Tomorrow morning I have a meeting with my son's school. I posted on the main discussion board about my son's anaphalaxis episode on Thursday. I am being told by my son's allergist that my...
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My son is in 1st grade in a public school. He has a severe nut allergy, Thursday when he was pulled out for the advanced rreading group the teacher gave all the students peanut m&m's my son...
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DD will start kindergarten in Sept. I really feel like I fumbled my way through preschool safety- she just started this year. I don't feel like I have been a vigilant as I should have been. She is...
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...going peanut free? BEFORE YOU ANSWER: I know that everyone has an opinion in either direction (whether schools should or shouldn't do this), and while I know there are very valid arguments to...
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My son is about to enter Kindergarten in the fall. Until then, he is about to go into a summer program at a pre-K he attended last year. Apparently there has been some backlash from a parent about...
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My son is in 3rd grade now and no longer wants to be restricted to a special zone of the cafeteria? Has anyone let their child "venture out"? any tips?
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Does anyone know the answer to this-Are peanut-free schools "Against the Law"? Our PA/TNA daughter is entering Kindergarten next year, and to begin the process of understanding our local public...
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HI, We are moving to the San Diego area...does anyone with children with Nut allergies have children in a SanDiego, or surrounding area school? I would love to get some information about your...

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