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Parents are often confronted with this decision when their child complains of not feeling well. Below you will find some guidelines to help you with this decision. This list, however, does NOT take the place of seeking medical attention. Please consult your doctor for specific medical advice.
Fever — 100 degrees or higher
  A fever is a sign of illness. A child with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher should not attend school. The child should be free of fever for 24 hours or more, without the use of fever reducing medications, before returning to school.
Colds/ Cough/Sore Throat
If your child is experiencing cold symptoms with fever, frequent coughing, difficulty breathing or more severe symptoms, please keep your child at home.
  A child who has vomited should wait 24 hours and be able to retain solid foods before returning to school. A child who is having frequent diarrhea should not attend school.
  A child who has a rash that has open, sore areas or a rash that causes itching should not attend school. If the rash is accompanied by such symptoms as fever, sore throat, etc. the child should not attend school.