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Posted on: Thu, 04/03/2003 - 11:10pm
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Geesh! Talk about dancing on your grave. Better and better every story that you are out of there! Not that they cannot eat whatever they want if there are no more allergies, but you would think they might have a heightened awareness of the risks to all children after your dd was there!
Just have a friend or someone call the school to ask questions or something, and see if they can get info for the board of directors. Sounds like they are resisiting facilitating this communication for you.
It should be public onfo somewhere. Maybe your town/city hall or some business listing has a list of the board? becca

Posted on: Sat, 04/05/2003 - 1:10pm
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Better and better every story that you are out of there! You said it -- I feel that way exactly! Should I call them one more time to see what else they can dish out to reaffirm my decision?
Thanks for the suggestions Becca -- I'll try on Monday.
At least this weekend I had happy things to go to -- bridal and baby showers!

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