Restrictions related to Physical Education:
If your child cannot participate in more than three consecutive physical education classes, a letter must be completed by the child’s doctor and brought to school. If the letter does not include a return to full activity date, then the child will need a release note from the doctor in order for him/her to return to physical education classes.
Please keep your child home if they:
have had a fever of 100.4 or higher for the past 24 hours.
For example, if your child has a temperature of 99 because you have given Tylenol to bring the temperature down, you must start counting the 24 hours after the Tylenol has worn off, 4-6 hours later. We believe this will help to prevent the spread of illness. Be aware that if your child returns to school the next day after being sent home the day before with a fever, we will notify you to pick up your child immediately.
are sent home because of vomiting and/or diarrhea.
It is important that you wait at least 24 hours after the last episode before returning him/her to school except for isolated cases of vomiting or a single episode of loose stool.
have conjunctivitis (red/pink eyes, itching, crusty or purulent discharge to the eye(s).
You will be asked to bring your child to his/her pediatrician for diagnosis and treatment. He/she may return to school after receiving a full 24 hours of antibiotic treatment.
have cold symptoms that cause discomfort to your child and/or risk of contagion to others, including excessive coughing, runny noses with colored discharge.
have Strep throat.
Students may return to school after receiving a full 24 hours of antibiotic treatment - and if they have been fever free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medications.
have active head lice.
Students must be treated and be cleared by the school nurse before returning to school.
have a rash, contagious or of unknown origin.
Children must have a doctor’s note to return.