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FRISCO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL LICE POLICY

FRISCO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL LICE POLICY
Updated on 
February 2, 2019

Students with live bugs will not be permitted in school.

“Approved Local Board Policy FFAA pertaining to Health Requirements and Services, Physical Examinations, which adds a local policy that continues to mandate that students with a verified condition of live lice be excluded from school until the treatment prerequisite is met.

Please call the nurse if you discover that your child has lice. You will need to treat your child for lice before they can return to school. You must come to the school nurse’s office with your child so that the nurse can assure that your child no longer has live lice on their head before your child will be permitted to return to class. The nurse also has a form for you to sign before your child returns to class. This is FISD Policy." Learn more at Frisco Independent Schools

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