• When to Keep/Send a Child Home from School
     When a child is not feeling well, here are the symptom guidelines our school corporation employs to decide if a student should stay/go home:

    -  Temperature of 100 degrees or more
    -  Inflamed eyes with thick mucus or drainage (pink eye / conjunctivitis)
    -  Severe pain
    -  Vomiting or diarrhea (2 or more episodes within 24 hours)
    -  Unknown rashes or skin lesions (open sores)
    -  Lice:  Student must be treated and head checked in the nurse's office prior to returning to school.  When head lice are found at school on a student; a parent must pick the child up at school.   The child is not allowed to
    ride the
    bus home if found having head lice.
    -  Chicken pox: Student must remain at home until all pox are scabbed over and dry.


Last Modified on July 16, 2018