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In order to protect our children from contracting illnesses or diseases, we have set up some guidelines regarding the subject. If, at any time the Center feels that a child is too sick (or contagious), he/she should be kept out of school. Please make arrangements for someone to take care of the child, in the event that you may not be able to.

If a child has a slight fever (under 101), a cold, an allergic rash, diaper rash, prickly heat, diarrhea as a result of a certain food or medication, he/she can be brought to the Center.

By helping us observe good health standards, you will be protecting your child and others at the Center. Thank you for your cooperation.


  1. Rectal temperature of 101 or more.

  2. Conjunctivitis or pink eye (the eye will be red with yellow drainage, usually in the morning).

  3. Bronchitis.

  4. Rashes that cannot be identified or that have not been diagnosed by a physician.

  5. Impetigo of the skin. This shows up as red pimples, which eventually become small blisters. When the blisters break, the skin will be raw and weeping. (Impetigo most commonly occurs in moist areas of the body, such as creases of the neck, groin and underarms, face, hands or edge of diaper).

  6. Frequent diarrhea stools.

  7. Vomiting (more that the usual spitting up).

  8. Severe cold with fever, sneezing and nose drainage.

  9. Contagious diseases (MEASLES, red or German. CHICKEN POX, MUMPS, ROSEOLA).

P.S.: With any physician diagnosed illnesses or diseases, (ear infection, throat infection, etc.) a child will be able to attend the Center only with a note from the physician, and after being on prescription medication for at least 24 hours.

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