Along with the cold weather and mid-term exams, we are seeing students with cold symptoms, GI illness, and have had some diagnosed cases of the flu.
As for any viral or bacterial illness we promote healthy hand hygiene and other preventative measures to reduce communicability of infections and diseases within the school community. These practices are reinforced in classes, in the health office, and through the coaches and athletic departments. We encourage families to have these conversations with their students at home as well.
The following are guidelines that our school district abides by to promote wellness in the schools. Students should remain at home from school with the following symptoms of common illness or disease:
We encourage students to get their flu shots as a means of illness prevention. There are many opportunities to receive them through their physician’s office, pharmacies, and flu clinics. It is not too late to get a flu shot.
The following are some resources that students and parents may find helpful.
Ellen Maus BSN High School Nurse and Region 18 School Nurse Coordinator
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