When to Keep your Child at Home
It is important to maintain a healthy environment in the classroom to protect all students. Please seriously evaluate your child's health and ability to be productive in school when he or she complains of a headache, stomach pain, sore throat, or cold symptoms without a fever. Children often have no fever in the morning, but, as the day progresses, can develop a fever. Keeping your sick child home will help him/her recover sooner and will help to prevent the spread of germs to others. The following symptoms may indicate a contagious illness. Your child should be kept at home if any of the following occur:
Having your sick child rest at home with any of the above conditions will likely help with his/her recovery. It will also help to prevent the spread of germs to other students and staff members.