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SHOULD I SEND MY CHILD TO SCHOOL?

Should You Send Your Child to School? 


From Your School Nurse:

Please refer to the following guidelines to determine if your child’s needs would be best met by coming to school or staying at home. All students benefit from a healthy classroom environment and are most successful when rested and feeling good.

Thank you for your assistance.  
 
Send to School   
  • Fever free for 24 hours without fever medication
  • No vomiting in the last 24 hours 
  • No diarrhea in the last 24 hours  
  • Minor cold symptoms
  • Asthma responsive to medication 
  • With MD clearance following hospitalization, orthopedic injury or communicable disease            
Orthopedic Protocol - All ace wraps, braces, splints, casts, and crutches must have a note from the medical provider. Students with casts and crutches will not be allowed to actively participate in playground/PE activities because of the potential danger to the student and others.  
 
Keep at Home   
  • Fever in the last 24 hours 
  • Vomiting in the last 24 hours 
  • Diarrhea in the last 24 hours 
  • Signs of illness that interfere with learning, sleep, activity or play 
  • Cold symptoms such as frequent coughing and or nasal discharge that do not respond to cold medication.  
See Health Practitioner and Keep Home
  • Complaints of ear pain or drainage from ears
  • Nasal discharge which persists over 14 days duration 
  • Persistent sore throat with fever or rash 
  • Undiagnosed skin rash or sores with redness, swelling, or fluid 
  • Redness of the eye with discharge or swelling 
  • Asthma not responding to medication, peak flow 50% or less, or treatment required more than every 4 hours.            

 

Favor de consultar las siguientes guías para determinar si sería mejor mandar a hijo a la escuela o mantenerlo en casa para satisfacer sus necesidades. Todos los estudiantes se benefician de un ambiente saludable en el salón de clases y tienen más éxito cuando se encuentran descansados y se sienten bien. Gracias por su ayuda.

 

Mande a su hijo(a) a la escuela cuando:

q No haya tenido fiebre por 24 horas sin medicamento para la fiebre

q No haya vomitado en las últimas 24 horas

q No haya tenido diarrea en las últimas 24 horas

q Síntomas de resfriado leves

q Asma está respondiendo al medicamento

q Tiene la autorización del médico de regresar a la escuela después de estar hospitalizado, una

       lesión ortopédica o una enfermedad contagiosa

 

Protocolo ortopédico - Todos los vendajes Ace, aparatos ortopédicos, tablillas, enyesado y muletas deben tener una nota del médico. Los estudiantes enyesados o con muletas no tendrán permitido participar en las actividades en el patio de recreo o en la clase de Educación Física debido que podría ser peligroso para el alumno y otras personas.

 

Mantenga a su hijo(a) en casa cuando:

q Fiebre durante las últimas 24 horas

q Vómito en las últimas 24 horas

q Diarrea en las últimas 24 horas

q Señales de enfermedad que interfieran con el aprendizaje, sueño, actividades y juego

q Síntomas de resfriado: tos frecuente y/o secreción nasalque no mejoran con los medicamentos

       

Visite a su médico y mantenga a su hijo(a) en casa cuando:

q Se queje de dolor de oído o secreción del oído

q Secreción nasal amarillosa o verdosa que persiste por más de 14 días

q Dolor de garganta persistente con fiebre o erupción

q Erupción en la piel que no haya sido diagnosticada o llagas con enrojecimiento, inflamación o

       fluido corporal.

q Irritación de los ojos con secreción o inflamación

q Asma que no está respondiendo al medicamento, con flujo 

OUSD Wellness Policy

BP 5030 Student Wellness

The Oceanside Unified School District Board of Education recognizes the link between student health and learning; and desires to provide a school environment that promotes healthy eating and physical activity for district students. An updated Board of Education approved Wellness Policy was implemented on April 19, 2011.

Nutritional guidelines for all foods and beverages available on our campuses during the school day were adopted by the Board with the objective of promoting student health and reducing student obesity. Nutritional standards for all foods and beverages sold to students, including foods and beverages provided through the district's food service program, student stores, vending machines, fundraisers, or other venues, will meet or exceed state and federal nutritional standards.

Any school employee and non-school employee (parent, family member, friend, community member, etc.) are not allowed to provide students with sodas, candy, and other foods of minimal nutritional value; whether for sale, classroom parties, or given as a reward for student's performance, accomplishments, or good behavior. School staff, parents, and parent organizations are encouraged to visit the OUSD website under Nutrition Services or contact their school cafeteria lead for healthy alternatives for classroom celebrations.

Copies of the Oceanside Unified School District's "Wellness Policy," the "Healthy Classroom Celebrations" menu, monthly menus, and nutritional information are available on the district website, www.oside.us under Nutrition Services.