For Teachers

Maintaining a gluten-free diet in a “gluten-filled” society can be tough, especially for kids.  When you’re a teacher of children who require a gluten-free diet, you can help ensure a school experience that supports their health and well-being. 

While these kids’ parents or guardians have likely been in touch with you regarding their needs, here you’ll find more information and resources to help you facilitate and promote a safe gluten-free school experience.

If helpful, let parents and families know about GIG’s programs and resources just for kids: Generation GF. 

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Check out our main resources page for more information or fill out the form below to ask us anything. We’d love to hear from you.

 Children frequently share food. It is important that the classroom teacher be aware of food sharing when it involves the child who must avoid gluten. 

Maintaining a gluten-free diet in a “gluten-filled” society can be difficult. The family and your student with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity will certainly appreciate all of your support.

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