I am a Pre-K teacher and just found out that I will be having a student in my class this year who has CF. I spoke with her mom yesterday and we discussed toileting needs, eating needs, and attendance. But I became very nervous when she told me that if her daughter could not breathe and I could not get her to cough up the mucus plug, I should call 911. Does anyone have any advice on what I can do to help make this year a smooth start to school for this little girl?
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