1.     The oral temperature exceeds 100 F or 1 to 2 degrees above his/her normal temperature.  A child with such fever should remain home for 24 hours after the temperature returns to normal.

    2.     Your child vomits and continues to experience nausea and/or vomiting and/or diarrhea.

    3.     Your child shows signs of upper respiratory infection (cold symptoms) serious enough to interfere with his/her ability to learn.

    4.     Your child has a rash or open sores that have not been evaluated by a physician.

    5.     Your child complains of severe persistent pain.  You should contact a physician for evaluation.

    6.  There are signs of conjunctivitis ("pink eye") with symptoms such as secretions from one or both eyes, itching, and crusts on eyelids.

    7.  Check with Pleasant Hill Health Office regarding district policies on head lice.


    ***If you're not sure whether to send your child to school, you may call the school nurse for consultation.  Still in doubt?  Call or visit your family physician.

Last Modified on March 8, 2016