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Old 17.04.2018, 19:00
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Re: Kindergarten teacher does not take nut allergy serious

Have you discussed it with the principal?

I had several children with life threatening allergies in my kindergartens. I asked the Schularzt how to handle the pen and we always took the pen with us on outings and also told the parents to not bring birthday cakes containing certain allergens. Thank god nothing happened. I asked the parents of the allergic child to bring some packed sweets or snacks to kindergarten, which those kids could eat instead of the cakes on birthdays. That worked well.

At the school I work now, we have a child with a peanut allergy. Especially during christmas time, there was a sign at the teachers room to wash your hands before entering the hallway.

If the principal does not react appropriately, let the family doctor call him/her.
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