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Posted on: Mon, 09/20/2010 - 4:00am
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Joined: 08/03/2010 - 15:31

I'm so sorry your school is NOT helping you. I too had to talk to our district's Superintendant at the start of this school year. Things have improved so much! You really need to write everything down. Tell the Superintendant that you are sending in everything (medicine) your child could need and you expect the school (nurse, teachers, etc.) to not only be trained on how to use these but also to be responsible to know where inhalers, Aerochambers, and Epi-pens are. What if you child needed them NOW? What if another child took them to "play" with? This is a health safety issue. I also told our superintendant that the severity of this matter had to be passed down from him, He agreed. All I can say is with in one day of that meeting things changed. Good Luck! Great no allergies for you 2.5 year old!!!!!!! =)

Posted on: Mon, 09/20/2010 - 8:21am
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Joined: 09/06/2010 - 18:36

The sad thing is I have contacted the school board. The simply do not seem to care one way or another. The school has new administration this year and so far, even though I have been one of 'those' parents, it has been better.
If we have the same sort of issues with the schools complete disregard for my son's safety I will probably end up suing the school and the school board.

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