02 March 2016
The jar of Peanut butter can cause a sticky situation
Traditionally peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are normal to bring to lunch. You very rarely found someone who was allergic to your favorite snack. But in today’s schools being allergic to this food item is so common. However, some think having nuts at school prepares that child for the real world. But a child should have no stress about going to school and possibly having an anaphylaxic shock( deathly reactions to an allergen). In school, children should be happy to go there, their parents should be happy they are taking them there, and the teachers and staff at the school should be happy that this child is at school. Therefore, …show more content…
This can be extremely hard at school. These children are always having to stay alert about what they can and cannot have. When they're at school with every type of nut you can imagine it is so hard to make sure you're safe and you don’t touch something that will harm you. They know one little mistake and there could possibly die. The “nut-free” table is usually at most schools. This for children who have a nut allergy to sit at to keep them safe. You may be thinking that this is good, but it causes the child to sit alone at lunch. Lunch is a great time to learn about yourself and others. Some of the best moments with friends are made at the lunch table. Child with severe allergies may not even get to sit in the cafeteria at all. They may have to sit in the front office with a bunch of adults. Everyone already has their group of friend, they already have their crowd. Which makes it is so hard to make friend when they already have them. …show more content…
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