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My 3yo daughter is allergic to peanuts (and eggs), and is starting preschool soon. When shopping for schools, the topic of allergies came up, and I was suprised at the varying levels of precautions...
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Hello everyone! I am Sarah, I am new here. My son has a TNA, he is 6 and going into first grade. We never really had any issues before, as his preschool was made completely nut free, and in...
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bryce came home yesterday and expressed her concerns about the "treasure box" at school. in her class, you get to reach into the treasure box and take out a prize for good behavior, work in class,...
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Let me give a little backgrounder info real quick before I get to the meat of the story. My son (now 8) is allergic to wheat, oat, barley, rye, peanut, tree nut and eggs. He has thankfully...
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I am continuing this from my school thread regarding the situation at Cameron's school. I said I would keep you all posted as to what was going on, and feel this letter definately needs pa.com's...
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Due to leaks of some of the details of our son's 504, and some missteps on the part of our district, there is now a firestorm of controversy brewing re:my son's attendence at school. This is not how...
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Hi! I am a mom of a 5 yr old boy who is going to K this fall. K is all day (I had hoped he would go to half day-but that isn't an option). I am terrified of him eating lunch there. The school does...
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I have been on and off crying all day and feeling very depressed. My son is in a half day Kindergarten school. So every day that he gets dropped off is immediately recess time where he and 59 other...
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Hello I am glad I found this forum! I am mother of three kids and they all attend a very small private school that takes no federal money so it is free to make it's own policy. As of this new...
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I just learned that 45% of all public schools don't have a school nurse on staff full-time (only part-time). 25% of schools don't have a nurse on staff at all! We all know what this means for...
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My son is 15 years old with severe nut allergies and asthma. He handles himself very well and have never had a problem with our school. My son recently was invited to participate in the National...
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I'm new to this forum,and am still unfamiliar with the search functions. So i apologize for, what probably is, a repeated question. My 4 yo has severe peanut allergies. We have to enroll her in KG...
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I am trying to plan a calorimetry lab for my high school chemistry class, and classically the lab is performed by burning a peanut under a can of water, and calculating the change in water...
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I started my son in elementary school with a HCP. Now in 2nd grade and lack of follow through, I am pressing getting a 504 and just sent my certified letter yesterday. The Principal asked why I...
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My son is now in middle school, where he eats lunch at a peanut free table. Two weeks ago some kids were throwing peanuts (in the shell) at him and another PA boy at lunch. I went in to speak to the...
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A local radio station in Knox County, Tennesse, is collecting jars of peanut butter through the local schools. They are encouraging everyone to bring the peanut butter to the schools for collection...
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Ok here goes this may be a little over the top.. Just wanna get some opinions.. My daughter has a severe peanut allergy. The school she attends is relativley small, she has a 504, and we have managed...
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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...
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Our teacher just brought in plastic donuts for making patterns with they are so adorable and do not pose a threat to anyone I think she got them from Target. They are a great alternative to...
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Throwing money at America's schools with the hope the cash loan will instantly translate into a transcendent educational experience has always been short-sighted. An education reform is the answer as...
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