HOME SCHOOLING

Posted on: Thu, 02/04/1999 - 5:53am
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Joined: 02/03/1999 - 09:00

HI I JUST FOUND THIS WEB SITE AND THIS IS GREAT. IS ANYONE HOME SCHOOLING? OF COURSE THER E ARE LOTS OF REASONS TO HOME SCHOOL AND MY HUSBAND AND I WHERE MOVING THAT DIRECTION ANYWAY BUT, THE ALLERGY PUSH US OVER THE DECISION LINE. THERE IS NOT REASON TO RISK IT. ESPECIALLY WHEN HALF THE KIDS IN A CLASS BRING PB AND J FOR LUNCH. MAYBE WE WILL CHANGE OUR MINDS WHEN HE IS OLDER AND CAN CARRY THE EPI PEN ON HIS PERSON AND USE IT IF HE NEEDS IT. I KNOW THIS IS WHAT GOD HAS CALLED ME TO DO FOR NOW. I AM TRUSTING HIM TO KEEP MY BOY SAFE. GOD BLESS LORI

Posted on: Mon, 02/15/1999 - 12:24am
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Joined: 01/16/1999 - 09:00

<p>Some friends of ours are home schooling their peanut allergic child. Their child also has eczema & they have the added concern of exposure thru open skin areas. We have a peanut allergic asthmatic child in the public school system here. She does not ride the bus, has an aide at lunch & a peanut free classroom. These children can attend public schools, but it does require a lot of involvement by the parents.</p>

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