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Moreno Valley School Head Lice Policy

Moreno Valley School Head Lice Policy
Updated on 
August 7, 2019

Moreno Valley schools still adhere to a strict "no nit" policy; meaning children found to have live head lice in this district may not attend school.

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“Head Lice is not an illness, but is a public concern. Schools continue to monitor and control the spread of Head Lice. Students with active lice will be removed from school. Student will be excused for up to three days to allow parents time to treat. Parents are to make every effort to remove all nits from the child’s hair. The school health office or a district nurse is available to provide families with treatment and eradication recommendations. The district nurse will have discretion as to the need for a child to be excluded or readmitted to school.”

Source: Moreno Valley Parent Student Handbook

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