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Dressing for cold weather

Dress your child for winter weather as you would dress yourself. It is ALWAYS important to keep your child’s head covered, as well as hands and feet. Dress your child in layers of clothing, removing or adding clothing as temperature and comfort dictate. Change wet clothing immediately. Wet clothing provides almost no protection against the cold and may cause loss of body heat.
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When to stay home from school

Through the course of the school year, times will arise when a child needs to stay home due to illness.  Here are some guidelines as to when you should keep your child home.
 
  •  Undiagnosed skin rash or sore.
  • Red or inflamed eyes.
  • Fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or more.
  • Continuous cough
  • Vomiting or diarrhea.
  • Persistent headache, earache, or other discomfort.
  • Sore throat. A small sore throat may be OK for school. A bad sore throat could be Strep Throat, even if there is no fever. Other signs of strep throat in children are headache, stomach upset, or rash. Call you doctor if you child has these signs. A special test is needed to know if it is strep throat.
 
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