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Hoover Public School Lice Policy

Hoover Public School Lice Policy
Updated on 
April 1, 2019

Every school sets its own policy for how to deal with head lice, so it is important to check with your child‘s school for particulars. The following head lice policy has been reported:

HOOVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Hoover schools hold to a “no nit“ policy, stating that children will not be allowed in the classroom if “Head lice or continued presence of nits after treatment of head lice are present.”

Source: Hoover City Schools website

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