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EMERGENCY CARDS

Have you updated the phone numbers and other important information on your child's emergency card at school?  Please make sure to let the attendance office know of any recent changes.

TDAP Vaccine

Children/students entering seven through 12th grade can get their Tdap shot and any other immunizations needed for school by visiting their regular doctor or health care provider.

The Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) offers free vaccines for eligible patients 18 years and younger.

Click on the TDAP link above for more info.

Nurse's Office

School Nurse -Arlene Ponce

School Nurse -Arlene Ponce

TDAP

Students entering 7th grade must have a TDAP vaccination record on file by law, otherwise they may not be at school.  If you have any questions, please contact the school nurse

GUIDELINES FOR EXCLUSIONS

Children may be excluded if any of the following conditions are observed:

TEMPERATURE

  • Fever of over 100 degrees by oral thermometer
  • Any child sent home with a fever should not be returned until temperature has been normal for at least 24 hours and shows no signs of illnesses.
  • Exclusions of 5 days, site supervisor may require a note from a Physician.

SKIN

  • A skin lesion or rash on any body part, unless found to be non-contagious by a physician.
  • Pediculosis and/or lice in the hair.
  • Scabies
  • Ringworm

THROAT AND CHEST

  • Inflamed throat or tonsils
  • Signs of an acute cold and nasal discharge.
  • Cough - accompanied by other signs of illness.

NASAL DISCHARGE

  • Nasal discharge when accompanied by fever or other symptoms of illness.

EARS

  • ‚ÄčAny sign or complaint of ear discomfort, pain or drainage.

EYES

  • Red or inflamed eyes- one or both.
  • Exudate (pus and/or matter) on eyelids -one or both.

OTHER SYMPTOMS FOR POSSIBLE EXCLUSION

  • Vomiting or nausea at home or in school
  • Diarrhea (loose frequent stools)
  • Headache - Stiff neck
  • Listlessness and marked pallor
  • Chills
  • Convulsions
  • Limping or abnormal gait
  • Swelling of any body part
  • Discharge from genitalia
  • Stomach and/or abdominal pains

OR....

Any other signs of not being in a normal state of health.

Readmittance procedure is based on the type of exclusion.

Parents are required to telephone the school and report the reason for the child's absence.

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Did You Know??

A typical cough shoots out jets of air several feet long, along with around 3,000 droplets of saliva at speeds of up to 50mph!

Sneezes typically contain as many as 40,000 droplets, some which leave the body at more than 100mph.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1352703/Flu-virus-One-sneeze-infect-entire-room-hours.html#ixzz2ihCQeT52 


 

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