Does the school have a school nurse? If gluten makes your child vomit...see if the nurse can help you in some way. Im a school nurse. If I was in this situation and I ended up with a kiddo in my clinic throwing up every day, I'd be having "a come to Jesus meeting" with somebody. Not every school nurse supports the food pyramid. I dont. And I dont know any nurse who would support bread for a child who will vomit after eating it. Because guess who gets to clean the kid up? That'd be the nurse.
I am glad we dont have those kinds of regulations in my district. The closest we get is on our state test day. Anyone who orders a breakfast the morning of a test, must order a milk. You can get juice in addition to the milk, but you must get a milk.
ETA: Could you provide wild rice and call it a whole grain instead of bread? Or does it have to be "bread?" B/c bread isnt the only thing in that area of the food pyramid or plate or what ever it is now.
Last edited by Periwinkle; 08-18-2012 at 08:26 PM.
It's just another day in paradise
As you stumble to your bed
You'd give anything to silence
Those voices ringing in your head
You thought you could find happiness
Just over that green hill
You thought you would be satisfied
But you never will-
Learn to be still