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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2007 1:52 pm 
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Yes, ofcourse my daughter carries her epi-pens with her, it was as well as to supply one to her bus driver, one to each of her 4 teachers, one for the office and one for the cafeteria. It is really necessary to ensure a follow up each september at the school, teachers, staff, policies all change year to year.

It would be nice if somehow there was a way to follow up and assist the schools in ensuring they are folllowing sabrina's law too.


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Yes Susan- I was a bit taken back by that one. I have been informed that they will be ready & posted by Monday. Pretty late as far as I'm concerned. Luckily we have a wonderful teacher who has been terrific communicating back and forth with me. Interestingly enough she was away today, but we had an email discussion and she assured me the first thing she let the supply teacher know was about the 2 students in her class with allergies.

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I'm bumping up this thread from last year because it has some good suggestions! :)

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Me: allergies to some tree that flowers in May
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