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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:36 pm 
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http://www.wset.com/story/15244956/scho ... -allergies
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Camden's mom had previously been able to watch over her as because she was a teacher at Camden's elementary school. But now that she's moving up to 6th grade, her parents are a little nervous.

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Camden actually has sat at a peanut free table in the cafeteria at her Campbell County School.
A lot of school systems have moved in that direction because of the sky rocketing cases of food related allergies.


I wonder what the training for staff regarding this and 1st aid is here? It says something about school nurses but what does that mean exactly? Is there a nurse on staff at all times? Who is "authorized" to administer? Oh, so many questions.

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