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    Default Would You Pull Your Child Out of School if...?

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    so have you taken her back to doctors about her not being able to breathe etc? just sounds weird if she hasn't been diagnosed with asthua but needs ventolin so much at school.
    or do you think DD may be putting it on at school if she knows you will pick her up

    hugs <3 must be such a hard situation to be in

    I'd keep her home for 2 weeks until you move

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    Yes I would

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    I'd keep her home. Most teachers will have completed all testing for reports and the likes already, so it is unlikely she'll miss out on anything crucial in the next few weeks.

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    Yes, I definitely would.

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    Yep It's only 2 weeks.

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    oh hugs Ana gram that
    must be so hard <3 so does the school have this special puffer for her? would it be better they have this in the office instead of the ventolin to give her if she needs? or is it only a once a day type puffer

    hope she's fine at school so you can do you exam.
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    They aren't doctors at school, should they even be diagnosing and medicating (without written permission) at all?

    Whenever my son has been sick (headache) they just say come pick him up. I said to them to give him a drink of water and some panadol but they didn't have any.


 

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