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Mount Juliet and Lebanon School Head Lice Policies

Mount Juliet and Lebanon School Head Lice Policies
Updated on 
December 20, 2019

Students in Wilson county must be LICE free before returning to school.

WILSON COUNTY SCHOOLS HEAD LICE POLICIES

The Wilson County School head lice policy states that the student must be lice free before returning to school.

“Students diagnosed with head lice must have been properly treated and must be brought to school by a parent/guardian to be checked by school personnel BEFORE returning to school. Our policy is that the student be lice free.”

Source: Wilson County Schools Nursing

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