The younger your child, the more difficult it is to keep the spread of germs down. For example, hand to face contact, mouthing of toys, uncontrolled nasal discharge, uncovered sneezing and coughing, etc
Children must be free of fever (for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication.
Any rash other than a common diaper rash or skin irritation will require that child to be sent home for an evaluation and diagnosis from their doctor in writing of exactly what it is.
pink eye, Thick White, Green, or Yellow Discharge:
Children will be sent home if there appears to be an unusual amount of discharge from the eye. This is often indicative of an infection, and they must stay home the next day for observation.
not to return to the nursery for 48 hours after the last episode od Diarrhea.
children must be symptom-free with no vomiting for at least 24 hours. Heavy sore throat with fever.
Updating your Child’s Vaccination Records Kindly re-submit an updated vaccination record of your child. It is a DHA requires that you re-submit these records even if previously submitted