OK so DD attends a school with a nut ban, the school have several children with nut allergies so I understand it's a way to help keep those children safe at school and I'm very careful in what I send in for lunch.
However DD is allergic to milk, and has almond milk instead. Not usually a problem, we just don't use it in things for her lunch box. However in a couple of weeks she is off to school camp, and I would like to be able to send her with the almond milk for cereal etc. We haven't found any other alternatives that DD is willing to drink.
The issue is one of the children in her class (lets say child A) has a sibling with a nut allergy and therefore A is not allowed nuts. This is making the teacher concerned about the almond milk, I think she is planning to speek to the other family but so far all I have heard is that Almond milk will be a problem.
Obviously I don't want to put another child at risk but since A will not be drinking the milk themselves is it really a problem? OK maybe we need to make sure A and DD are not sat together in case of spills but wouldn't that be enough?
If you were the other family what would you need to happen for you to feel comfortable with the situation?