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Temperature equal to or greater than 100.4 ° F orally.
MAY RETURN AFTER fever-free for 24 hours without taking fever-reducing medication.
Persistent cough that is not yet diagnosed and cleared by a licensed healthcare provider OR any acute (non-chronic) cough illness that is frequent or severe enough to interfere with participation in usual school activities.
MAY RETURN AFTER symptoms improving for 24 hours (no cough or cough well-controlled).
Not explained by situation such as exercise; feeling unable to catch their breath, gasping for air, breathing too fast or too shallow, breathing with extra effort such as using muscles of the stomach, chest, or neck.
MAY RETURN AFTER symptoms improving for 24 hours
This symptom is likely to require immediate medical attention.
MAY RETURN AFTER fever-free for 24 hours without taking fever-reducing medicine AND symptoms resolve.
This combination of symptoms may indicate a serious condition. Advised to seek medical attention.
Three or more watery or loose stools in 24 hours OR sudden onset of loose stools OR student unable to control bowel function when previously able.
MAY RETURN AFTER 48 hours after diarrhea resolves OR after seen and cleared by a licensed healthcare provider OR LPHA for specific diarrheal diagnoses.
At least 1 episode that is unexplained.
MAY RETURN AFTER 48 hours after last episode of vomiting OR after seen and cleared by a licensed healthcare provider.
New rash not previously diagnosed by a health care provider OR if rash is increasing in size OR if new sores or wounds are developing day-to-day OR if rash, sores, or wounds are draining and cannot be completely covered with a bandage.
MAY RETURN AFTER rash is resolved OR until sores and wounds are dry or can be completely covered with a bandage OR after seen and cleared by a licensed healthcare provider.
Unexplained redness of one or both eyes OR colored drainage from the eyes OR eye irritation accompanied by vision changes OR symptoms such as eye irritation, pain, redness, swelling or excessive tear production that prevent active participation in usual school activities.
MAY RETURN AFTER symptoms resolve OR after seen by a licensed healthcare provider and indicated therapy has been started.
Eye redness alone, with no colored drainage, may be considered for attendance per CDC guidelines and school nurse assessment.
Yellowing of the eyes or skin that is new or uncharacteristic.
MAY RETURN AFTER seen and cleared by a licensed healthcare provider.
May include uncharacteristic lethargy, decreased alertness, increased irritability, increased confusion, or a behavior change that prevents active participation in usual school activities.
MAY RETURN AFTER symptoms resolve; return to normal behavior OR after seen and cleared by a licensed healthcare provider.
This symptom can indicate a serious condition. Medical attention strongly recommended.
May include an illness lasting more than 2 weeks; an emergency room treatment or hospital stay; a surgical procedure with potential to affect vital signs or active participation in school activities; or a new or changed health condition for which school staff is not adequately informed, trained, or licensed to provide care.
MAY RETURN AFTER health and safety are addressed.
Medical attention strongly recommended. Written instructions from a licensed healthcare provider are likely to be required.
Schools must comply with state and federal regulations such as the Americans with Disabilities Act ensuring free and appropriate public education (FAPE). School staff should follow appropriate process to address reasonable accommodations and school health service provision in accordance with applicable laws.
May return after after 24 hours on antibiotics
Information about how Bend-La Pine Schools handles cases of lice.