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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:24 pm 
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Orchard Hill Elementary has had a similar ban for several years. Zeigler was not aware of any plans to make the more stringent guidelines a districtwide policy but said the option may be discussed in the future.

Kristine Lies had heard rumblings about the coming change during the last school year but didn't realize the degree to which the school would require all parents to comply.

"I knew we couldn't bring certain treats, but I didn't realize it was going to by anything with peanuts," she said. "That is putting me a little over the edge."



Read More: http://wcfcourier.com/news/local/nd-ced ... z1UlVmPYpq

There is a discussion there as well. I haven't read it yet. I wonder what training in this and 1st aid training will be given? Sometimes I wonder if they keep putting emphasis on the "banning of foods" that those other important questions don't get asked......so they don't get answered either.

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