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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 1:36 pm 
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http://waltontribune.com/education/arti ... 03286.html
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“We take this situation very seriously and monitor food in the lunchroom at all times,” said Ronda Estes, principal at Social Circle Primary School. “I have one child with a severe fish allergy. When fish is served in the lunchroom, she eats lunch with me. I do not allow her to enter the cafeteria on these days.”


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The system is also in the process of training designated staff members at each school to recognize the signs of an anaphylactic allergic reaction.”
That "designated" does not sit right....why not ALL staff?

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