First day of summer school and the students are out at recess. The nurse comes in to the lounge and starts to tell the group of teachers there that we have an above average number of students with food/peanut allergies this year. One of the teachers actually uses the words "That's not our job" and tells her to go and tell the nutrition people and the teachers monitoring lunch. That's not our job? Am I out of line in thinking that's absolutely out of line? The poor nurse went on to explain that she had talked to nutrition services and found out food had been ordered without considering allergies - even today they were serving PB&J - and that teachers needed to be informed because a student could have a reaction when they get back to class. Again, she told her to go out and tell the teachers outside because snack is not our responsibility. This was not a new teacher. This was a veteran who should know that it certainly IS her job to monitor the safety of students in her care, even in summer school! My jaw was on the floor watching this exchange today.