Allergy risks in the cafeteria

2013 Packed lunch was the norm. The school dietician was at the 504 meeting and said we have lunches and there new system flags students with allergy and we should feel safe that Baili can have lunch. They ensured there was no products with nuts for cross contact concerns. Baili loved that she could participate.


The teachers instituted hand washing regimens to assist with allergy prevention.

As with sending home letters to parents alerting them to a child in the class with an allergy,

The school is not a nut free school and class mates could bring in PB&J.



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