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Illness Policy

  • If a child vomits or has diarrhea, they should stay home for 24hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhea without using medications.
  • If a child has impetigo, the child must stay at home for 24 hours after taking the first dose of medications. Parents should ensure that the sores are covered until all lesions have crusted completely.
  • If a child has head lice, they may return to school after using a physician-recommended lice treatment, and all nits are gone. Your pediatrician’s nurse must also inspect them before returning.
  • If a child has conjunctivitis, a doctor should see the child for proper diagnosis and may return to the preschool after receiving antibiotic treatment for 24 hours. Conjunctivitis refers to the illness called “pink eye” or the eye inflammation where the white part of the eye becomes pink, and there is often itching, drainage, and crust formation on the eyelid during the night.
  • If a child has strep throat, the child may return to preschool after any fever has been resolved and they have received the appropriate antibiotic treatment for 24 hours.

At Bright Beginnings Preschool, we provide our parents with eye-opening lessons to guarantee continuity in their child’s learning, from our classrooms to the comfort of their home. If you wish to learn a piece of our thoughts on topics like parenting and child care, visit the following sections listed below. They contain helpful reading passages about the different lessons we’ve obtained in our years in the preschool industry.

For Insightful resources about parenting and childcare, we invite the parents to visit the following websites as references: