Health Guidelines

                                   HEALTH GUIDLINES

Below please find guidelines on when to send your children back to school after illness.

24 hours fever free with no motrin, tylenol or fever reducer on board.

24 hours no vomiting or diarrhea with no medication on board such as pepto bismol.

24 hours of not presenting with symptoms.

Usual 24 hours or 3 doses of antibiotics not considered contagious

If pink eye when no drainage or crusting is noticed in the eye.

Your child is too ill to go to school if he or she has any of these signs:

Seems very tired and needs bed rest (this is common with flu symptoms)

Has vomiting or diarrhea

Becomes short of breath or is wheezing

Has a cough that disrupts normal activity

Has distracting pain from earache, headache, sore throat or recent injury

Has yellow or green drainage from eye(s)

Breaks out in a rash; not all rashes require that a child stay home from school so check with your child’s doctor