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Eaterofpies

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Your son would not have eczema if you fed him a healthy diet.

It's your fault he is now isolated from the other children.

You are a bad parent.

hesright
Well, la-dee-freakin' da!
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Your son would not have eczema if you fed him a healthy diet.

It's your fault he is now isolated from the other children.

You are a bad parent.

hesright
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waitwhat
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OK, first of all if it was so easy to get eczema from bad food the whole US and EU would be covered in eczema.

Second, my son's eczema is totally under control. His problem disappeared with homeopathic treatment.
But I still consider his problem ongoing.

Third, he has had seborrheic dermatitis since he was born.
He is a preeme, born in 34th week of pregnancy.

Forth, so far the allergy test we have done to find the source of the problem are not turning any results. We are going back for more tests.

Fifth, he is eating 99% organic diet. Balanced, lots of greens (his favorite smoothie is a kale smoothie). He doesn't eat sugar,soda, chips or any other crap most people feed their kids. If he eats a burger it is a grass fed patty with raw milk cheese, if he eats a hot dog it is e grass fed one and so on. He eats the best of the best! So, please...


I'll give you his menu for today:

Since we were a bit late for school he grabbed a Halva bar (a rear treat for him, since it is only available in Canada at the moment).

For lunch:
A sandwich with grass fed butter and thick baba ganoush.
Red pepper on the side.

Snack: banana

After school snack: A mango "icecream"
I make it from fresh frozen mango and bananas
raw coconut milk powder
coconut oil
I blend that in my vitamix blender.

Dinner:
Organic chicken drumsticks with green beans stew
Cucumber dill salad with olive oil/vinegar dressing

Plenty of water

Have a good day!
Lilac.Nights  (OP)

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I don't see a problem with a sunscreen policy...who's to say that if they let your child play outside and he got a bad sunburn, that you wouldn't try to sue or go after them. They have to cover their butts too. But they're idiots for putting those toxic sunscreens in kids. Parents need to step up and research.

My four year old has very fair skin and she could burn easily like I always did. I use coconut oil with a bit of carrot seed oil mixed in if we're out in the early morning or evening sun. Carrot seed oil has a natural SPF of 25-30. Coconut oil is around 4. In the hot sun I use a homemade balm with beeswax, coconut oil, Shea butter, cocoa butter, red raspberry seed oil, and non-nano zinc oxide. We also use an after sun oil with almond, sesame, aloe Vera, chamomile, lavender, and geranium oils. It's awesome for extending your tan! There's a company called Badger Balm that has a nice sunscreen if you don't want to make it yourself :)
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I see a problem though.
They can't enforce something like that.
To cover their butts they could say that they recommend sunscreen and if the parent chooses not to use one they will not be responsible.

Otherwise what you do for your kid is greatfyn love your recipe
I have the Badger sunscreen at home, but I don't want to use it.
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There are natural things that work as sun screen - carrot oil is one - there is also zinc - eczema in some clear up with a gluten free diet - so that might be tried and then there will be no issue.

Natural Homemade Sunscreen

Homemade Natural Sunscreen Recipe very moisturizing and easy to make 300x157 Natural Homemade Sunscreen
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Homemade natural sunscreen with beneficial oils, zinc oxide and beeswax for water protection.
Author: Wellness Mama
Recipe type: Remedy
Ingredients
½ cup almond or olive oil (can infuse with herbs first if desired)
¼ cup coconut oil (natural SPF 4)
¼ cup beeswax
2 Tablespoons Zinc Oxide (This is a non-nano version that won't be absorbed into the skin. Be careful not to inhale the powder).
Optional: up to 1 teaspoon Red Raspberry Seed Oil
Optional: up to 1 teaspoon Carrot Seed Oil
Optional: up to 1 teaspoon Vitamin E oil
Optional: 2 tablespoons Shea Butter (natural SPF 4-5)
Optional: Essential Oils, Vanilla Extract or other natural extracts to suit your preference
Instructions
Combine ingredients except zinc oxide in a pint sized or larger glass jar. I have a mason jar that I keep just for making lotions and lotion bars, or you can even reuse a glass jar from pickles, olives, or other foods.
Fill a medium saucepan with a couple inches of water and place over medium heat.
Put a lid on the jar loosely and place in the pan with the water.
As the water heats, the ingredients in the jar will start to melt. Shake or stir occasionally to incorporate. When all ingredients are completely melted, add the zinc oxide, stir in well and pour into whatever jar or tin you will use for storage. Small mason jars (pint size) are great for this. It will not pump well in a lotion pump!
Stir a few times as it cools to make sure zinc oxide is incorporated.
Use as you would regular sunscreen. Best if used within six months.

see link for full info: [link to wellnessmama.com]
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Great! Thanks!
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I don't see a problem with a sunscreen policy...who's to say that if they let your child play outside and he got a bad sunburn, that you wouldn't try to sue or go after them. They have to cover their butts too. But they're idiots for putting those toxic sunscreens in kids. Parents need to step up and research.

My four year old has very fair skin and she could burn easily like I always did. I use coconut oil with a bit of carrot seed oil mixed in if we're out in the early morning or evening sun. Carrot seed oil has a natural SPF of 25-30. Coconut oil is around 4. In the hot sun I use a homemade balm with beeswax, coconut oil, Shea butter, cocoa butter, red raspberry seed oil, and non-nano zinc oxide. We also use an after sun oil with almond, sesame, aloe Vera, chamomile, lavender, and geranium oils. It's awesome for extending your tan! There's a company called Badger Balm that has a nice sunscreen if you don't want to make it yourself :)
 Quoting: diette


I believe that it would be sensible for schools to erect safe areas for children to play outdoors while being shielded from Ultraviolet radiation. The dangers are much worst than just a sunburn, it could kill a kid. An exposure that happens today can result in the development of a highly metastasizing cancer called melanoma and a diagnosis is almost a certain death. UV radiation also severely damages eyes, the more UV radiation that enters your eyes the faster they degrade.

I've seen what the Sun is doing to kids whose parents don't take any precautions. Sunburns are not fun for anybody, but for kids they can be especially damaging and painful.
 Quoting: IDW 69466076


I agree with you completely: School should have shaded areas and sunburns are dangerous and should be avoided.
Smart sun exposure is a must.
Right now I'm trying to build up his tan so he has a natural protection from the sun.
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Hey op, just thinking here --- another BIG thing -

Thinking this all is way to intimate an act to be having the teachers applying sunscreen to the kids faces, necks and arms - that is a lot of intimate touching and rubbing.

We already know that child pedos gravitate toward work with children - now they want license to rub the children's faces and bodies - big freekin yikes!

I mean - Hastert - 3rd in command at highschool in Yorkville 40 years ago!!!

This used to be the discussions on these sites - - discussion about all the pedos and their modus operandum and how they got caught and found out - ie satanic ritual abuse -- anyone??!!

These teachers who want to feel up our kids -- teachers who parents really don't know squat at all about -- being given license to touch the kids with lotion --

Worse then the chemical damage done!
It is like grooming for sexual abuse!!!

But then again they always do use these seemingly harmless things as vehicles to do something perverse !!
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This though makes me sick, I've been molested as a child.
Shivers...

I do not think this is the motive in this school though.
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I will, for sure...but, I've signed a contract with them until September...the whole summer is ahead of us, any ideas?
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights

Get a doctors note about his allergies and that some sun everyday is good for his eczema.
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We do not have confirmed allergies yet, we have no idea why he has the hives. There is no reason for the doc to give him a note really.
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Allergies, eczema, asthma are all on the same gene, get it. Believe me I know, re specialists, john Hopkins, children's, pediatric cancer, & blood disorder specialists, & yrs & yrs of doing this with several kids.

And hives are an allergic response. So was cradle cap etc as Drs look for that if baby sick cold, & guage if upper respiratory risk.

A note should be no problem. As recess such short time, & USA kids get such little outside time daily. Sun good for eczema, immune system, & rashes.. Unless of course lupus, etc..

And the goo screens gunk up pours, cause allergic reactions, and re all the ingredients and n some children's screen a carcinogen.

A good sun hat that covers neck from burn too is good, but this school is bs..
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Yes, thank you! I'm aware that this is all in the same family of problems. We are trying to figure out what the root of the problem is.
Lilac.Nights  (OP)

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First - I'm going to bet that the school got sued by someone whose kid got sunburned. So now the insurance company requires the sunscreen. So, yes get a copy of that "license".

Second - I found this article:
[link to forums.macresource.com] which says that it's ILLEGAL in Washington, for teachers to apply sunscreen on students. The original referenced source link doesn't exist. But I'm sure if you dig, you can find the law and if it's been repealed or not. If it's still in effect, then that beats the insurance requirement.


Third - Funny enough if you google "schools forcing sunscreen", instead of articles mandating it, it's all about schools BANNING students from having it, for multitudes of reasons.

Edited to add this link where they say that Washington bans kids from having sunscreen. So if the kids can't bring it to school, and the teachers can't put it on...*so confused*
hater site/article/247187-Kids-Suffer-Serious-Sunburns-Because-Wash​ington-State-Law-Forbids-Sunscreen-Lotion-in-School

Fourth - I think for recess and lunch time it's ridiculous to require sunscreen. Kids who must have it would have already notified the school and handled it. BUT...I would say, to find an alternative, like the pure zinc oxide (they make colorless and fun colors, depending on what your kid would like) - for field trips where he will be out in the sun for a long amount of time.



Good luck!!
 Quoting: Copernica


So confusing!
I've been googling all day yesterday and the only results that come up are the same stories as yours.
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I'm honestly sooo pissed!
My son goes to a small private school in WA, he is in second grade.
I was just informed that the school's policy is "no sunscreen/no play in the sun".
My son is made to stay in a tiny corner of the playground that provides shade for every recess, just because I refuse to put sunscreen on him.
I've already explained that he suffers from eczema and the last year haves and I will not put anything on him. I don't even use soap. Nothing....
First of all our kids are so low on vit D that they need some sun exposure, second we are not on the equator for god's sake, we are in the Northern WA, you can barely get enough sun if you expose your whole naked body to it. The only naked parts on my son are his face, hands and bellow the knees.
This is just retarded.
Don't you hate it when the school tries to be the parent?

This resembles to the T how we were treated during the communism.

I emailed his teacher and that's her reply:
"Yes, you may send your own sunscreen. It needs to have a manufacturer's label showing the SPF. Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen. If you have any further questions, please contact..."

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Here we go again, fucking policies. As it specifically states: Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen.

Ok, it prohibits them from allowing it, not you. YOU are not bound by the licensing policy, they are. Their problem, not yours.

So, I would tell them to mind their own damn business and let my child go play, or threaten to get a lawyer. Get a waiver if necessary, but do not let them tell you how to care for your child. This is where you go head to head with them and not back down. Hell, even go to the school during playtime and intervene if need be. When my kids were in school, I lived for this bullshit.
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Meanwhile, other schools won't allow even their extreme fair skin children to bring their own sunscreen for field trips. Because they reason that sunscreen is a drug.

Why are people still sending their children to these schools? I have a teaching license and wouldn't willingly send an innocent child to most schools in this county.
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Parents should have the right to parent their kids!
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I'm honestly sooo pissed!
My son goes to a small private school in WA, he is in second grade.
I was just informed that the school's policy is "no sunscreen/no play in the sun".
My son is made to stay in a tiny corner of the playground that provides shade for every recess, just because I refuse to put sunscreen on him.
I've already explained that he suffers from eczema and the last year haves and I will not put anything on him. I don't even use soap. Nothing....
First of all our kids are so low on vit D that they need some sun exposure, second we are not on the equator for god's sake, we are in the Northern WA, you can barely get enough sun if you expose your whole naked body to it. The only naked parts on my son are his face, hands and bellow the knees.
This is just retarded.
Don't you hate it when the school tries to be the parent?

This resembles to the T how we were treated during the communism.

I emailed his teacher and that's her reply:
"Yes, you may send your own sunscreen. It needs to have a manufacturer's label showing the SPF. Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen. If you have any further questions, please contact..."

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Here we go again, fucking policies. As it specifically states: Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen.

Ok, it prohibits them from allowing it, not you. YOU are not bound by the licensing policy, they are. Their problem, not yours.

So, I would tell them to mind their own damn business and let my child go play, or threaten to get a lawyer. Get a waiver if necessary, but do not let them tell you how to care for your child. This is where you go head to head with them and not back down. Hell, even go to the school during playtime and intervene if need be. When my kids were in school, I lived for this bullshit.
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BTW, I am not opposed to sunscreen just someone telling me that I must use it.
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I'm honestly sooo pissed!
My son goes to a small private school in WA, he is in second grade.
I was just informed that the school's policy is "no sunscreen/no play in the sun".
My son is made to stay in a tiny corner of the playground that provides shade for every recess, just because I refuse to put sunscreen on him.
I've already explained that he suffers from eczema and the last year haves and I will not put anything on him. I don't even use soap. Nothing....
First of all our kids are so low on vit D that they need some sun exposure, second we are not on the equator for god's sake, we are in the Northern WA, you can barely get enough sun if you expose your whole naked body to it. The only naked parts on my son are his face, hands and bellow the knees.
This is just retarded.
Don't you hate it when the school tries to be the parent?

This resembles to the T how we were treated during the communism.

I emailed his teacher and that's her reply:
"Yes, you may send your own sunscreen. It needs to have a manufacturer's label showing the SPF. Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen. If you have any further questions, please contact..."

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Here we go again, fucking policies. As it specifically states: Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen.

Ok, it prohibits them from allowing it, not you. YOU are not bound by the licensing policy, they are. Their problem, not yours.

So, I would tell them to mind their own damn business and let my child go play, or threaten to get a lawyer. Get a waiver if necessary, but do not let them tell you how to care for your child. This is where you go head to head with them and not back down. Hell, even go to the school during playtime and intervene if need be. When my kids were in school, I lived for this bullshit.
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rofl5

I'm absolutely not backing down!
I just emailed them are requested that they send me their "policy" and also our contract.
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I'm honestly sooo pissed!
My son goes to a small private school in WA, he is in second grade.
I was just informed that the school's policy is "no sunscreen/no play in the sun".
My son is made to stay in a tiny corner of the playground that provides shade for every recess, just because I refuse to put sunscreen on him.
I've already explained that he suffers from eczema and the last year haves and I will not put anything on him. I don't even use soap. Nothing....
First of all our kids are so low on vit D that they need some sun exposure, second we are not on the equator for god's sake, we are in the Northern WA, you can barely get enough sun if you expose your whole naked body to it. The only naked parts on my son are his face, hands and bellow the knees.
This is just retarded.
Don't you hate it when the school tries to be the parent?

This resembles to the T how we were treated during the communism.

I emailed his teacher and that's her reply:
"Yes, you may send your own sunscreen. It needs to have a manufacturer's label showing the SPF. Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen. If you have any further questions, please contact..."

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Here we go again, fucking policies. As it specifically states: Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen.

Ok, it prohibits them from allowing it, not you. YOU are not bound by the licensing policy, they are. Their problem, not yours.

So, I would tell them to mind their own damn business and let my child go play, or threaten to get a lawyer. Get a waiver if necessary, but do not let them tell you how to care for your child. This is where you go head to head with them and not back down. Hell, even go to the school during playtime and intervene if need be. When my kids were in school, I lived for this bullshit.
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BTW, I am not opposed to sunscreen just someone telling me that I must use it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1219974


Exactly! I have a sunscreen in the house. I'm just pissed that they think they could threaten my child, put him in time out and bully us.
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I'm honestly sooo pissed!
My son goes to a small private school in WA, he is in second grade.
I was just informed that the school's policy is "no sunscreen/no play in the sun".
My son is made to stay in a tiny corner of the playground that provides shade for every recess, just because I refuse to put sunscreen on him.
I've already explained that he suffers from eczema and the last year haves and I will not put anything on him. I don't even use soap. Nothing....
First of all our kids are so low on vit D that they need some sun exposure, second we are not on the equator for god's sake, we are in the Northern WA, you can barely get enough sun if you expose your whole naked body to it. The only naked parts on my son are his face, hands and bellow the knees.
This is just retarded.
Don't you hate it when the school tries to be the parent?

This resembles to the T how we were treated during the communism.

I emailed his teacher and that's her reply:
"Yes, you may send your own sunscreen. It needs to have a manufacturer's label showing the SPF. Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen. If you have any further questions, please contact..."

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Here we go again, fucking policies. As it specifically states: Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen.

Ok, it prohibits them from allowing it, not you. YOU are not bound by the licensing policy, they are. Their problem, not yours.

So, I would tell them to mind their own damn business and let my child go play, or threaten to get a lawyer. Get a waiver if necessary, but do not let them tell you how to care for your child. This is where you go head to head with them and not back down. Hell, even go to the school during playtime and intervene if need be. When my kids were in school, I lived for this bullshit.
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rofl5

I'm absolutely not backing down!
I just emailed them are requested that they send me their "policy" and also our contract.
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


And get them to point out the section that says you are not allowed to make medical decisions for your child and that the decisions are to be made by the school or their policy.
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For the looser who thinks I didn't spend enough time under the communism and left red karma:
granny1bitch1

I've been through what most of you fear:

Police state
Total control of the government over the people
complete isolation from the rest of the world
economic collapse
no food/no money/no help
you want a car/ you need permission and you have to wait up to 10 years.
You want an apartment? lol

all kids work for free during summer for the government
You go to prison camp if you tell jokes about the big brother (my husband's granddad spent 15 years in a camp looser).
All radio stations from other countries are silenced.

We watched one channel on the TV, propaganda news and Russian movies.

We escaped that reality, came here and we make more money than 99% of 10th generation Americans.

Loser!

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I'm honestly sooo pissed!
My son goes to a small private school in WA, he is in second grade.
I was just informed that the school's policy is "no sunscreen/no play in the sun".
My son is made to stay in a tiny corner of the playground that provides shade for every recess, just because I refuse to put sunscreen on him.
I've already explained that he suffers from eczema and the last year haves and I will not put anything on him. I don't even use soap. Nothing....
First of all our kids are so low on vit D that they need some sun exposure, second we are not on the equator for god's sake, we are in the Northern WA, you can barely get enough sun if you expose your whole naked body to it. The only naked parts on my son are his face, hands and bellow the knees.
This is just retarded.
Don't you hate it when the school tries to be the parent?

This resembles to the T how we were treated during the communism.

I emailed his teacher and that's her reply:
"Yes, you may send your own sunscreen. It needs to have a manufacturer's label showing the SPF. Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen. If you have any further questions, please contact..."

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


Here we go again, fucking policies. As it specifically states: Our licensing policy prohibits us from allowing kids to play in the sun without sunscreen.

Ok, it prohibits them from allowing it, not you. YOU are not bound by the licensing policy, they are. Their problem, not yours.

So, I would tell them to mind their own damn business and let my child go play, or threaten to get a lawyer. Get a waiver if necessary, but do not let them tell you how to care for your child. This is where you go head to head with them and not back down. Hell, even go to the school during playtime and intervene if need be. When my kids were in school, I lived for this bullshit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1219974


rofl5

I'm absolutely not backing down!
I just emailed them are requested that they send me their "policy" and also our contract.
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


And get them to point out the section that says you are not allowed to make medical decisions for your child and that the decisions are to be made by the school or their policy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1219974


fyn Absolutely!
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Empty out a bottle of sunscreen. Make your own mixture of substances that you feel are safe for your child. Place mixture in the bottle. Send that shit to school with your child. Don't make it complicated.
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Beat me to it!!! THIS.,tell the school he is allergic to certain kinds and only can have this one. put it in a 50 spf bottle and your golden.

But seriously--White people problems--Am I right folks!?
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Empty out a bottle of sunscreen. Make your own mixture of substances that you feel are safe for your child. Place mixture in the bottle. Send that shit to school with your child. Don't make it complicated.
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Beat me to it!!! THIS.,tell the school he is allergic to certain kinds and only can have this one. put it in a 50 spf bottle and your golden.

But seriously--White people problems--Am I right folks!?
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lolsign

On the other hand, it MIGHT seem like a white people problem, but it is so easy to go the wrong way.
People are way to complicit, this is the result of the indoctrination, they are trained not seek their rights and to accept whatever comes from anyone that looks like an "authority" figure. It IS a dangerous path.

Wave a few complicated words and people freeze like a deer in a headlights.

The same thing with the scanners at the airports. The sheep lined up with hands above their heads. Disgusting!
What REALLY pisses me off is that they put these "barriers" in front of the metal detectors and this way they create the illusion that this path is closed LOL. I of course know that this is BS and I just request to go trough the metal detector.
They let me pass and put that FAKE sign right back again.
If I find a picture I'll post it.
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When dealing with any school, first thing to do is retain a lawyer...

$1200-$1500 for a lawyer and the school will give you anything you want.
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But the stupid thing is, how would they treat my son there after that ordeal?
I do want him to be in a good environment and respected as an individual. That is why I wanted a private school.

But the teacher is a moron and the director of the school is a ""I speak 5 languages and have 50 degrees and I know everything" kind of lady.
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


If that happens, you call they lawyer again. You already have him retained...

I know it sounds to good to be true, but the school cannot afford to have it's lawyers work on defense...No buses, no chalk/whiteboards, no benefits for employees..A single lawyer can take everything from a school if the school can't settle or cave properly
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go to the media with this
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It feels like overnight these schools have started to think they have the parental rights, I was told it wasn't my job to teach my children. I am going to homeschool for the first time this upcoming school year and to be honest I'm scared but happy, I need to get them out of the schools the schools are only going to get worse, I have a feeling this next school year is when they lay down the commie hammer on all of us.
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Yes, scary. My daughter is homeschooling next year, she is 16. Public school keep them intentionally busy, kids have no time or energy to actually learn something useful.
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16 is old enough to enroll in Community college. SHe can get an associate's by 18.
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They really messed up the atmosphere with their illegal geoengineering program. Op, its better to use some sort of uv protection. The fools have messed up the ozone layer, but they want future human resources to keep the machine running.
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On the vitamin D: mushrooms manufacture and store it. They can be used as little vitamin D powerhouses if you expose them to sunlight gills up. Check online for info. As per the school: doctors note and check your rights on discrimination for health reasons where you live. Private or not there are certain rules they have to abide. Good luck :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67534740


yes - Dr's note and also know there ARE natural alternatives for sunscreen even a friend of mine has a body shoppe biz and makes one... while it doesn't claim SPF (cuz you'd have to go through all the FDA testing and crazy licensing) it could be an alternative, especially with a dr note (and something natural would no doubt soothe the eczema...)

I also know that skin conditions such as his NEED sunlight to heal! I have horrible psoriasis and the summer months are always the best because I can get sunshine directly rather than a light or tanning bed.

Good luck!
"It's a metaphor, see: You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don't give it the power to do its killing." ~ Augstus Waters
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06/10/2015 03:52 PM
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Put him on 1000ui of vit d per day 4 the xma
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OK, my husband got so upset with the school that FINNALY he agreed with me to homeschool both kids starting next year.
fuckyeah5


I posted a question on a website for free attorney advise.
(AVVO.com)

I also emailed my son's teacher and requested the school's policy and our contract with them, but so far the only response was from the teacher to tell me that she had forwarded my request to the director.



I have NOT paid this month's tuition which was due by the 5th, is this a mistake?
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Empty out a bottle of sunscreen. Make your own mixture of substances that you feel are safe for your child. Place mixture in the bottle. Send that shit to school with your child. Don't make it complicated.
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Beat me to it!!! THIS.,tell the school he is allergic to certain kinds and only can have this one. put it in a 50 spf bottle and your golden.

But seriously--White people problems--Am I right folks!?
 Quoting: Reckless Driver


you are very wrong. black children get sunburned all the time because of assumptions like yours.

lying and making up the contents of the bottle is childish.

stand up for your rights, like OP is doing.
we only have each other. And that makes us rich.. . .

Wisdom in the man, patience in the wife, brings peace to the house and a happy life.
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WOW I just got a reply from the director:

"...,
Sunscreen is required by our licenser and by King County Health. We comply with all of the regulations for these two agencies. If you would like ... to play in the hot sun on our very sunny playground, he will need to wear sunscreen. If he is allergic to Water Babies (the brand we supply), you may send your own, but it must have a commercial label indicating SPF. You may research this sunscreen rule on the website for either of the above agencies. As far as our own policy goes, here it is: Northlake Academy requires children to wear sunscreen for outside play on sunny days."
~sIcKaNdTwIsTeD~

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Change schools.
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This^^, quitcher bitchin and change schools.
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Change schools.
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This^^, quitcher bitchin and change schools.
 Quoting: ~sIcKaNdTwIsTeD~


I'm not "bitching" I'm changing school as I said.
Did you see their response(my previous post)?
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Change schools.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 66717503


This^^, quitcher bitchin and change schools.
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I'm not "bitching" I'm changing school as I said.
Did you see their response(my previous post)?
 Quoting: Lilac.Nights


I did, and it is sickening that the people have let themselves be pushed around by only a few. Washington is and has been a police state for a long time now, complete with debtor prisons.





GLP