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North Richland Hills and Haltom City

North Richland Hills and Haltom City
Updated on 
April 25, 2019

Birdville Independent School District

North Richland Hills and Haltom City share the Birdville Independent School district, and they continue to enforce a strict “no nit“ policy in contrast to updated recommendations by the CDC and National Association of School Nurses.

“Children found with evidence of head lice or nits will be excluded from school. They may be readmitted after treatment with a medicated pediculicide shampoo or an alternative treatment and all nits have been removed. Because of an increased concern among professionals throughout the United States that lice are becoming resistant to medicated pediculicide shampoo, children will not be allowed to return to school until the nurse, using his/her professional judgment, determines the student may be re-admitted. A parent must accompany their child to the Nurse's Office to be checked and re-admitted to school. Students absent more than two school days will be considered truant.”

Source: Birdsville ISD

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