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Hurst, Bedford and Euless School Lice Policies

Hurst, Bedford and Euless School Lice Policies
Updated on 
March 15, 2019

Schools in the area of Hurst, Bedford and Euless do not enforce a “no nit” policy with regard to lice. Students are encouraged to stay home if they have live bugs and to work closely with the school nurse to make sure that treatment has been effective.

Hurst – Euless – Bedford ISD

“To help protect our students and community, please notify the parents of your child’s playmates if you suspect your child has lice and keep all children who have live lice at home until effectively treated.”

Source: HEBISD Health Services

 

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