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Racine Area Schools Lice Policy

Racine Area Schools Lice Policy
Updated on 
April 22, 2020

RACINE AREA SCHOOLS

Students who are found to have lice are permitted to stay in school all day. They are to go home after school to receive lice treatment. During the school day they should be encouraged not to be in close contact with other students. It is expected that they will remain in the classroom. The school will call the child’s parents and will also send home a note with the child requesting that the child be treated that day.

Source: Racine USD Health Services  

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