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Posted by: Susan
« on: June 19, 2012, 11:28:36 AM »

Do you know a teacher or principal or school nurse who is a true hero to food-allergic students, a person who goes "above and beyond" to make sure they are safe at school? Then please nominate that special person for Allergic Living magazine's upcoming "School Heroes" feature article.
 
Allergic Living wants to hear:
Who is this special person?
What is it that she or he does that is unique in making food-allergic students safer and more included at school?
 
E-mail: editor@allergicliving.com
Pls. write in the subject field: Safe school nomination