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Freeport and Merrick School Head Lice Policies

Freeport and Merrick School Head Lice Policies
Updated on 
February 29, 2020

If you’re not sure how your child’s school, including schools in Freeport and Merrick, and neighboring towns, handles outbreaks of head lice, you can always contact the school nurse. Generally, the school nurse will advise you as to when your child can return to school.

If your children develop a case of head lice in the Freeport and Merrick area, or even if you’re just worried they may have it, call LiceDoctors today at 516-324-2800 for fast, effective, confidential treatment so your children can return to school as soon as possible.

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