School Field Trips ??

Hey all! My daughter with CF is in kindergarten this year. She's had a couple field trips so far and my husband has always been a chaperone. Another field trip is coming up and the teacher told me he didn't have to be a chaperone because they wouldn't be eating anything on this field trip (therefore no need for enzymes). I was just wondering how other families handle the field trips at school. Did a parent always chaperone? Is this something you included in your 504? Should I even be concerned about it? On one hand, I'd like to give other parents a chance to go, and also be able to give my girl a little independence; but on the other hand, I'm worried that if she needs to use the bathroom or wash her hands that those needs won't be met as promptly as might be necessary (or that even the teacher might be mistaken and she wouldn't be able to eat whatever the other kids are eating). As always, thank you so much for your advice!
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