(Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Additional information (below) and all health forms can be found on the district website. Click on “District” icon, then Departments, then Pupil Services.
When To Keep Your Child At Home
Please evaluate your child's health and ability to be productive in school when he/she complains of headache, stomach ache or cold symptoms, with or without fever. Children often have no fever in the morning, but temperatures may rise as the day progresses. The number of ill students who are sent to school is surprisingly high; it worsens your child's condition and exposes the entire staff and student body to illness.
If your child has any of the following symptoms or conditions, please keep them at home:
- Fever, now or at any time in the last 24 hours.
- Vomiting, now or at any time in the last 24 hours
- Diarrhea, now or at any time in the last 24 hours.
- Extremely red, weepy itchy eyes.
- Eyes were "glued shut" in the morning or have a yellowish drainage.
- Any undiagnosed rash or skin eruptions anywhere on the body.
- Sore, red throat.
- Enlarged tonsils.
- Excessive, uncontrollable coughing.
If your child is taking any pain medication stronger than Tylenol or ibuprofen, or if your child has taken Benadryl that morning, please keep them home for monitoring.
Please Keep Your Child Home
Any undiagnosed rash
until diagnosed or until the rash is gone for 24 hours
until diarrhea is gone for 24 hours
Contagious Conjunctivitis "Pink Eye"
24 hours after start of physician-prescribed treatment
may attend school if fever-free and feels well
until treated and free of lice and nits. Parent must bring child to School Nurse for re-admittance to school
until the 1st dose of treatment is given
until 24 hours after the start of physician-prescribed treatment. Area must be kept covered.
24 hours after the start of physician-prescribed treatment
Scarlet Fever/Strep Throat
24 hours after the start of physician-prescribed treatment, AND the child is fever-free without the use of medication
Skin Infections (staph or strep)
24 hours after the start of physician-prescribed treatment. The area must be kept covered