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Pasadena Texas School Lice Policy

Pasadena Texas School Lice Policy
Updated on 
February 12, 2019

PASADENA SCHOOL DISTRICT

Pasadena schools allow children with nits to return to school after treatment, but students with live lice will be sent home. "Many parents feel embarrassed when their child has lice. Sometimes it helps to talk to someone who can offer extra help. The nurse at your child’s school, your physician and even the pharmacist can help. Neighborhood, city or county health clinics may provide trained, helpful professionals. Contact your area Department of State Health Services public health region for suggestions." More information: Pasadena ISD Health portal

If you do find lice in your children's hair, call LiceDoctors in the Pasadena area at 713-966-6116 for same day treatment that is effective and discrete.

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