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Old 12-07-2012, 04:11 PM   #55
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I agree just but then I am not in a nut free zone. We are wide open wild west. Ask Mel, she was always happy we could have peanut noodles at school
I have to admit I panicked a bit internally each and every time we ate nuts at school. Even when the kids were being served Pb&J in the caf!

Our school is entirely nut free. I have students in my class anaphylactically allergic to tree nuts, peanuts, tilapia and kiwi. Fun times! The one with the tilapia and kiwi allergies is also gluten intolerant.

For birthdays, we don't allow food of any sort. If they want to share something with their friends, they can do non food items. For E's birthday today, we sent in goody bags with bouncy balls, notepads and pencils. We do allow food at parties, but only pre-packages items that are labeled as nut-free, or fruit/veggies. No homemade goods.
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