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Aurora School Head Lice Policy

Aurora School Head Lice Policy
Updated on 
May 30, 2019

Aurora Public Schools

Schools in Aurora and the surrounding communities do not enforce a strict no-nit policy, instead Children are restricted from school attendance “from END of the school day until after the first treatment.”

Source: Aurora APS Student handbook

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