California Teachers Association

April 2017

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Arroyo Vista Elementary School teacher Jill Reddy at her classroom door, with its "Peanut-Free Zone" sign. t's everyone's responsibility to keep second-grader Camille Pyska safe at Cobb Elementary School in Middletown, including the principal, teachers, cafeteria workers, custodians and students. Everyone does their part to make sure Camille avoids exposure to peanuts, because she can get extremely sick from eating them, touching them or sitting next to someone eating them. Schools react to a rise in peanut and other food allergies By Sherry Posnick-Goodwin Photos by Scott Buschman 16 cta.org FEATURE

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