• Dear Parent/Guardian –

    Your child may be in a classroom with a student who has a life-threatening allergy to nuts.

    These classrooms have been designated as “nut-free” zones, and your child’s teacher has

    discussed the safety precautions necessary to create a classroom that is “nut-free”. We

    need your help when preparing snacks for your child to bring to school. Please read labels

    carefully and do not send any snacks or baked goods that contain nuts or traces of nuts to

    be consumed by your child in the classroom.

    EXAMPLES OF FOODS THAT CONTAIN NUTS

    Ritz Bitz with Cheese (or with peanut butter)

    Peanut Butter

    Quaker Rice Cakes – Honey nut variety

    Nesquick cereal

    Honey nut Cheerios

    Plain and Peanut M & M’s

    Nestle Crackle Bars

    Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies

    Crunch & Munch

    Crunch & Munch Toffee Pretzels

    Cracker Jacks

    Granola bars

    SOME EXAMPLES OF FOODS THAT DO NOT CONTAIN NUTS

                                        Cheese cubes & slices                                  

     String Things

                                        Wheatable crackers                                    

     Rice Crispie Treats

    Triscuits

    Carmel corn Quaker rice cakes

    Plain Ritz crackers

    Cheddar cheese Quaker rice cakes

    Snackwells zesty cheese crackers

    Applesauce

    Wheat Thins

    Dried cherries or raisins or fruit

    Plain Graham Crackers

    Austin animal crackers

    Pepperidge Farm Butter Thins

    Fresh vegetables or fruit

    Yogurt

    Del Monte Fruit Rageous mini cans of fruit

    Pudding (made with milk)

    We thank you in advance for your understanding and willingness to ensure the safety of all of our students.