It\'s the last day...YEA!!

Posted on: Thu, 06/07/2007 - 12:48am
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The last day of school!!!! DS will be home in less than 3 hours.

It will be so nice to have him home where I can keep a watchful eye on him. Although, we did not have one problem with a reaction of any kind this year in school, it was heaven.

How did your children do this school year with reactions?

Posted on: Thu, 06/07/2007 - 8:54am
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Anyone??

Posted on: Thu, 06/07/2007 - 10:14am
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One hive on kindergarten graduation day! That is it! Next year we go all day every day though...ugh! Already dreading it!

Posted on: Thu, 06/07/2007 - 10:26am
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Feels good to have them home and under our watch again doesn't it?
Our year was pretty reaction free, but was it due to safeguards or luck? Probably both. I learned of dangerous scenarios and halted them on the spot...who knows what might have happened if I were not in the right place at the right time...ugh.
At anyrate, I am glad she's home!!!

Posted on: Thu, 06/07/2007 - 10:38am
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our last day was yesterday. I can't say we were reaction free...he had an episode at a school sponsored basket ball game(they served bags of peanuts!!!) he also got welts around both of his eyes one day at the pf table! And he missed 3 days of school from a horrible allergy induced asthma attack in April(plus a few other close calls).....I am hoping his 504 will reduce the number of reactions, hopefully. I am glad this year is over, it's been a ROUGH one to say the least!!!
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Chanda(mother of 4)
Sidney-8 (beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig & asthma)
Jake-6 (peanut, all tree nuts, eggs, trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma)
Carson-3 1/2 (milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig and EE)
Savannah-1 (milk and egg)

Posted on: Mon, 06/11/2007 - 1:38pm
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Oh, just 6 more days! I can't wait!!! Counting...

Posted on: Mon, 06/11/2007 - 11:07pm
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jealous................uk kids dont break up from school until 19th july.
sarah

Posted on: Mon, 06/11/2007 - 11:24pm
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Two weeks left, and they are a very busy two weeks.
It includes one school trip (risky area for his allergy) that I cannot attend. It might include a second trip which I will be able to attend.

Posted on: Tue, 06/12/2007 - 12:53am
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We successfully survived 1st grade! Not a single reaction. Actually we have been reaction free since 13 months - knock wood.
Only bad think that happened this year was the discovery that PA son's twin brother is also PA. But that just means there will be 2 peanut free 2nd grade class rooms next year. 2 504's, etc.
I've met original PA son's teacher for next year, and she is great. She's already asking me questions - which to me means she's thinking about it and worried. The newly PA child is either going to have the same teacher he had last year, or a new hire - not sure yet.
We always schedule our 504 meeting about 2 weeks prior to school beginning. So I have the summer off - yay!
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Sherlyn
Mom to 7 year old twins Ben & Mike
One PA since 13 months
One PA since 7 years
Stay Informed And Peanut Free!

Posted on: Tue, 06/26/2007 - 7:27am
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FINALLY, our last day today.
This year was a bit hairy for us. We skipped school on Friday because they had a nutritious luncheon to tie up their cirriculum on Healthy Eating. I had to work and didn't feel comfortable sending DS to school.
Today I went to get meds from nurse and she was all huffy with me and her normal crabby self. she's very upset with me because I reported her about the protocol disaster day.
I just learned that she will be retiring within the next 2 years. Of course, we only have two years left in this school. Figures!
I have a 504 meeting for the first day of school next year. Surprisingly, the lady at the BOE and the principal separately told me they thought 504 would be a good idea for DS.

Posted on: Wed, 06/27/2007 - 8:11am
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We've been out for almost 6 weeks now. I think we had a great year without any reactions. Last year was pretty rough with tons of "angry skin" as we call it, but nothing serious.
We'll be back to school in just a few more weeks so we're already preparing fo next year.
Patty

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