Of course ask the school what their action plan contains. If your child is diagnosed with a medical issue I think they fall under the ADA guidelines which requires reasonable accommodation.
For my 4-yr preschooler in a private school, we met with the teachers and administrators. I brought in gluten-free play dough used by all kids so that my child would not be cross contaminated. I had a box of snacks in the class room with a small selection they could choose from for a similar snack when needed. The school also allowed me to keep a small container in the freezer with a couple of muffins and cup cakes for the birthday party surprise.
The teacher and I talked often ahead of time about special plans like making pizza or cookies in the class room.
Public schools in my area have peanut free zones for the kids allergic to nuts. I hope your school will be open and helpful for your situation.
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