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Rancho Cucamonga Head Lice Policy

Rancho Cucamonga Head Lice Policy
Updated on 
May 3, 2018

Rancho Cucamonga Head Lice Policy

Like most school districts in the Inland Empire, Rancho Cucamonga schools maintain a strict "no nit" policy. Children with head lice and nits are not allowed in school until all nits (lice eggs) have been removed. It is important for parents to check with their children's school to be sure that they know the most up-to-date lice policy as policies are revised from time to time. The head lice policy within the Inland Empire is relatively strict compared to other school districts across the country that are moving toward less stringent guidelines and allowing kids with some nits back into school after they have been treated.

If your child has lice, call LiceDoctors in the Rancho Cucamonga area at 909-266-2549. We will eliminate the lice so that your child can return to school the next day.

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