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Oyster Bay and Glen Cove School Head Lice Policies
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November 20, 2020

Oyster Bay and Glen Cove School Head Lice Policies

Schools in Oyster Bay and Glen Cove still hold to strict “no nit” head lice policies, which means that your child will not be re-admitted to the classroom until no live lice or eggs or nits are present.

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Why you DON’T Need to Burn your Entire House Down to Be in Control of Head Lice
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November 5, 2020

Why you DON’T Need to Burn your Entire House Down to Be in Control of Head Lice

You do not need to clean your house from top to bottom to get rid of head lice. LiceDoctors has a much easier way! If there’s one question I get asked more than any other, it’s what should family members be doing with all their belongings? “What about the sheets? The stuffed animals? Clothing? Hairbrushes?” Oftentimes, by the time I am called and show up, these items have already been corralled into several black trash bags and either locked away in a dungeon, or thrown out entirely.

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Jacksonville (FL) School Lice Policy
Updated on 
November 2, 2020

Jacksonville (FL) School Lice Policy

Duval County, home of Jacksonville, Florida, has had a “no nit” policy in place since May of 1998. According to the district web site, “Students with nits (eggs) will now be excluded from school until they are nit-free.

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