My 8yo T1 received a sign-up notice for a new after school program, a mini-chef's course. This was run by an outside vendor, not the actual school (the school does run other after school programs my daughter attends) She was thrilled because she loves to cook, so I called the owner to sign up & give the heads up about her being T1. To make a long story short, the owner does not want my daughter to sign up. She made several excuses having to do with liability. How would you feel in this situation? Do you think this is discrimination? Has your T1 even been denied access to a program like this before? I realize it is a private company and they can turn away anyone they want but the school district has to approve the courses offered at the school. Our public school is fabulous in every other way. They take great care of my daughter and she has never been turned away or denied anything sponsored by the school. I am thinking the Principal should be told about the situation but I am wondering if this happens more often than not and I just haven't run in to it yet.