PhotoFaces of Food Allergies 2018

Make schools safer

Make schools safer
Improved training for teachers & admins, strict anti-bullying policies, full-time school nurses & health staff, stock epinephrine auto-injectors, & food-free classrooms can all make schools safer.

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We can make schools safer for kids like me with food allergies. My ideas for change: Improved training for teachers & admins, strict anti-bullying policies that include food allergy bullying, full-time school nurses & health staff, stock epinephrine auto-injectors, & food-free classrooms. Also, stop having weekly, school-wide peanut butter and jelly day PLEASE! These changes would improve the lives of kids with food allergies

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