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Suffolk School District Lice Policy

Suffolk School District Lice Policy
Updated on 
April 3, 2020

Suffolk Schools no longer send children home if nits are found. If children are found to have nits, they may stay in school until the end of the school day and then return home to be treated.

As knowledge about head lice and prevention continues to be updated, the school lice policy may vary by campus. Rest assured, no matter what it may be, your child will be admitted to school the day following treatment – we guarantee that. Don’t let head lice interrupt your schedule - call LiceDoctors in Suffolk to schedule your appointment today at 757-609-0509. Treatment is available in the comfort of your home at prices lower than salons.

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