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Frederick County School Lice Policy

Frederick County School Lice Policy
Updated on 
February 12, 2019

Frederick County Public Schools

In accordance with guidance from the National Association of School Nurses, children with head lice are permitted in school. They are expected to be treated at home. If they still have nits, they may remain in school as nits are not contagious.
Source: Continuing Nursing Ed

If your child has head lice in Frederick County, give LiceDoctors a call at 240-720-7491 and a lice technician will be in your house at the time you need her. She will ensure that your child returns to school the next day—-lice-free!

 

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