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Health Protocols

Illnesses: If a student is ill, please call or email the front office as soon as possible to notify us of the absence so we can alert teachers.  

For the protection of all, if any of the following signs and symptoms are present, your child should be kept at home for at least 24 hours after the last sign or symptom:

  • Elevated temperature (100.0°or higher) 

  • Diarrhea

  • Persistent headache 

  • Inflamed or sore throat

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Unexplained rash

  • Wheezing

  • Earache

  • Pink or red eye(s)

Communicable Diseases: Students with communicable diseases or conditions must report them to the school at once. This includes but is not limited to: chicken pox, head lice, impetigo, pink eye/conjunctivitis, ringworm, scabies, scarlet fever, strep throat, or fifth disease. 

When the school becomes aware students have been exposed to a communicable disease, the school will make every effort to contact the families of the exposed students.

Students may only return to class following the resolution of a communicable disease with a doctor’s note verifying the student has fully recovered and is no longer contagious.

Medication: All nonprescription and prescription medications must be brought to the school office in original containers. A medical inventory sheet must be completed and signed by the parent or legal guardian giving information about the medication, frequency, times of administration, name and phone number of the physician prescribing the medication, and a parent's signature authorizing the office staff to administer the medication.  

Students must not bring medications with them to class; this includes any over-the-counter drugs such as cough drops, aspirin, etc.

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