any interest in NJ school for PA kids?

Posted on: Tue, 01/11/2005 - 12:00pm
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I live in central NJ and have a son who is anaphylactic to peanuts. I would like to know if others in my area would be interested in sending their children to a school, if such a school existed, which focused on managing food allergies. It would be a school that would be nut free with detailed policies and oversight of food issues. It would incorporate food allergies, safety, food manufacturing/supply into the curriculum. Would you send your child to a public school like this if you had to travel to another town? Would you pay for a private school like this? Would you be interested in participating in the administration of such a school? I would like to compile a list of people who are interested in a school like this in central NJ. Thanks,

Mira

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