Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Kathleen Ready, RN
Children learn best when they are well rested, have eaten a healthy meal, and are feeling well. Children who have a fever, have symptoms of vomiting or diarrhea, have a persistent cough, or have acute viral symptoms will be sent home to rest and receive care by their families.
Mrs. Cindy Mongeon, Healthcare Assistant - firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Medical Forms are in the left-hand column under "Health Office."
Pediculosis: Pediculosis is infestation with the human head-and-body louse, Pediculus humanus. There are two subspecies, the head louse (P. h. capitis) and the body louse (P. h. humanus). They are ectoparasites whose only known hosts are humans. Recent molecular data suggest that the two subspecies are ecotypes of the same species and that evolution between the two populations take place continually.
Please click on this CDC Centers for Disease Control and Pevention link for more information on "Pediculosis."
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS TO KEEP A CHILD HOME FROM SCHOOL:
- FEVER, OVER 100 DEGREES, WITHIN PREVIOUS 24 HOURS
- DIARRHEA OR VOMITING, WITHIN PREVIOUS 24 HOURS
- PERSISTENT SORE THROAT WITH FEVER OR ENLARGED TONSILS/GLANDS
- UNDETERMINED RASH
- RED, ITCHY EYES WITH DRAINAGE
Thank you for your diligence in keeping our Summit community healthy and well.