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Baytown School Lice Policy

Baytown School Lice Policy
Updated on 
February 8, 2019

Baytown (Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District)

Students with live bugs will not be permitted in school, while children who have only nits may remain.

“In 2013, the Texas Department of State Health Services removed Pediculosis from its list of conditions requiring exclusion from school. Students found to be symptomatic of live lice infestation will be assessed by school nurse. Students found to have evidence of live lice will be excluded from school.”  Source Goose Creek Consolidated SD Handbook

If you find lice in your child’s hair, call LiceDoctors at 713-966-6116 . A technician will make a house call to your home and get rid of the lice infestation so that your child can return to school the next day.

 

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