- Boys and girls elastic style pants
- Clorox Disinfecting Wipes
- Cough drops
- Latex-free band-aids… all sizes
- Snack size zip top sandwich bags
Pre-K and Kindergarten parents please pack an extra change of clothes in your child’s backpack for emergency changes. This may save you an unplanned trip to school! Donations may be sent in with your child to the office or dropped off in the clinic.
Thank you for all past and future donations!
The Best Way to Treat Lice is to Avoid Getting Them!
School lice outbreaks are a fact of life, but you can help reduce the risk of infestation.
Protecting your family from Head Lice
Discuss the subject of lice openly with your family. If there is a head lice outbreak in school or daycare, check everyone who’s had close contact with the infested person with a nit comb for nits/lice. Notify the school of any new cases of head lice. Encourage children not to share anything that touches their heads such as combs, brushes, headbands or hats. Talk to your local pharmacist about using a preventative treatment that does not contain harsh chemicals.
Further information can be obtained at www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/head.
Please Alert Us to Any Allergies!
IF YOUR CHILD HAS A KNOWN FOOD ALLERGY PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE AWARE OF IT.
A health care plan or a signed letter from the doctor stating the allergy is needed to ensure the health and well-being of your child. An updated food allergy list is supplied to the cafeteria and teachers as needed.
Don’t Spread the Germs!
Keeping your child home when they are sick is a key factor in preventing the spread of germs.
Click below to see the Fayette County School Board Policy regarding Student Illness/Injury.