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Student Accident/Health Insurance Coverage

Often parents have the misconception that accidents and illness  occurring at school are covered by Crete Public School’s insurance plan.   We would like to remind parents that it is their responsibility to have health . . .

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Notes from the Nurse

We are entering into flu season.  Influenza is a respiratory virus which causes fever, headache, fatigue, body aches, cough and sore throat.  Influenza is not to be confused with the stomach virus you often hear referred to as . . .

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Administering Medications at School

If your child needs medication during school hours please come to the office.  Medication that is ordered by the doctor to be administered three times a day should be given before school, after school, and at bedtime, eliminating the . . .

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Health Guidelines

Crete Public Schools Health Guidelines We all need to do our best to stay healthy and keep our children healthy. When children come to school sick they aren’t able to participate in the learning process and they expose . . .

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Immunization Requirements

 IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS Are your children ready for school?  The following are the immunization requirements for students entering school.    All students K-12th grade regardless of their . . .

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Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are small wingless insects, approximately one-fourth of an inch long that feed on blood, normally during the night.  Most, but not all, of a bed bug population will congregate in cracks and crevices near where humans and pets . . .

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Student Health Forms

Elem Physical & Vision Exam Form Medication Permission Form

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Head Lice - What They Are and How to Eliminate Them

What are head lice? Head lice are small wingless insects (bugs) that can get on your hair and scalp. Lice are parasites that feed on very small amounts of your blood. Lice bites may cause constant scratching, and lead to skin . . .

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