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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:55 pm 
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Nuts were banned from the Ralston household. When Alexis started school, Mrs. Ralston had to educate others. Alexis was one of the first students with severe nut allergies to attend Riverside.

Alexis, who wants to be an allergist, sat in a peanut-free seat on the school bus and the peanut-free lunch table was created. Just touching peanut residue could require a trip to the emergency room.

In third grade, while a student at Riverside West, she designed a peanut-free logo featuring a peanut dressed up as a Viking, paying tribute to the district's mascot. The logo is now on no-nut zone signs throughout the district's two elementary schools.



Read more: http://thetimes-tribune.com/news/school ... z1f1Ij6KC3

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