My son's school refused to give him a 504 designation for his severe peanut allergy. We are in the process of responding and would like feedback on the letter we are sending to the school.Sorry it is so long
We would like to start by saying we are astounded and, as with most parents of (severely peanut allergic children) by the level of ignorance and mis-information (intentional / or unintentional) on the part of the xxxxx Public School District and xxxx Elementary Staff. Furthermore it has become apparent to us that after the meetings held on May 10th and May 17th the xxxxx Public School District and xxxx Elementary have no intentions of complying with son's rights under the ADA section 504.
It is sad that with all the resources available to the xxx District that the parents must educate the
On May 19, 2007
Glad to see you also posted this over on the "Schools" area. That is where responses should be for this, but please don't be discouraged if things are slow over the weekend.
Linking to this discussion in Schools:
SO, please post responses there as it will get the kind of traffic THERE that this deserves!
------------------ ~Eli[b]Z[/b]abeth, Mother to 2: DD age 5, NKA, treated as though PA/TNA DS age 8, PA, possible TNA, Latex, legumes? (PA diagnosed & ana reaction 1999) Member here since 2000
[This message has been edited by ajas_folks (edited May 19, 2007).]
By Hrg2 on Apr 2, 2011
I am betting that you did not provide proper documents. You are most likely one of the parents who make up there kids allergies. I think that the school just saw thru your bs.