Schools adjust to students’ allergies

From Madison, Wisconsin’s The Capital Times: “Walk into a preschool classroom and chances are you won’t notice what’s missing. But children like Owen Nagel, 2, of Mount Horeb and Nathan Jaschinski, 4, of Verona do – because their lives depend on it. Owen and Nathan are part of a growing number of children with life-threatening food allergies. Owen is allergic to milk, peanuts, tree nuts and eggs; Nathan is allergic to eggs, peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish. Owen enjoys a milk- and nut-free classroom at Children’s Community School in Mount Horeb, and Nathan is in a nut-free environment at the Caring Center in Verona.” Read more here.

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