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If medical information changes at any time during the school year, for the safety of each student, parents or guardians must promptly notify the school office.  For information regarding Immunizations and Medication, please see the Health Program and Procedures section of the Family Handbook.

General Guidelines for Excluding Students from School

 

A parent MUST keep a child home if he/she:

 

  • Is unable to follow the classroom routine
  • Coughs excessively and/or might infect others or is a disruption to the classroom
  • HAD A FEVER OR VOMITED IN THE NIGHT
  • Has an active, contagious infection or disease

 

 

A CHILD MUST BE FREE OF FEVER AND/OR VOMITING
24-HOURS PRIOR TO RETURNING TO SCHOOL

Should I stay or should I go?

STAY AT HOME RETURN TO SCHOOL

oral temperature of 100 or above

Fever free for 24 hours
vomiting, nausea or severe
stomach pains

symptom/vomiting free for 24 hours

marked drowsiness or malaise
symptom free upon arrival to school
sore throat, acute cold or
persistent cough

symptom free upon arrival to school

red, inflamed or discharging eyes

written physician release

acute skin rashes or eruptions

written physician release

swollen glands around the jaws,

ears or neck
written physician release

suspected scabies or impetigo

written physician release

any skin lesion in the weeping

stage

covered and diagnosed as

non-infectious
earache symptom free
pediculosis (head lice)

nit free-must be cleared by school

nurse before readmitted to school
other symptoms
suggestive of acute illness
written physician release
diarrhea symptom free

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Dates to Remember

 

September - Vision and Hearing Screening - PK4, K, 1st, 3rd, 5th & 7th - During PE classes


September - Scoliosis Screening (6th grade only) - During PE classes

 

May - Pick up any medications/items in the Nurse's Station (anything left after the last day of school will be discarded

 

 

 


 

Notes from the Nurse

 


Have any questions for the nurse? Contact Kim Schorn, RN, BSN

817.431.4845 EXT 308 OR kschorn@seascs.net