Allergy restrictions gone too far
Original post made by Not a Nut on Oct 11, 2007
Here's where Walter Hays has gone too far: all 1rst through 3rd graders are forced to use a wipe at the end of lunch (regardless how whether there were any nuts in their lunch), adult volunteers in the class are asked whether they've washed their hands, and we're on the fifth letter reminding all of us of this boy's allergy.
What is a reasonable policy to protect the boy that does not intrude on everyone else's lunch and privacy?
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