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We have begun to see an increased number of ill children at school. In order to help prevent the spread of communicable diseases, we'd like to remind you of the following guidelines:
Keep your child home if any one of the following occurs:
Your child should look and behave like him/herself for 24-48 hours before returning to school. Why???
Remember- hand washing is the most effective means of preventing the spread of communicable diseases! Remind your children to wash their hands frequently and cover their nose and mouths when coughing or sneezing.
Please call the health office with any questions or concerns you have regarding your child's health needs.
Here are some links that may be helpful from Nebraska Department of Health
The Nebraska influenza surveillance system is a collaborative effort
between DHHS and its many partners in the state including, local health
departments, public health and clinical laboratories, vital statistics
offices, healthcare providers, clinics and emergency departments.
Indicators from Nebraska’s influenza surveillance systems (laboratory
testing, sentinel provider visits, influenza hospitalizations, emergency
department visits, and school absences due to illness) showed that flu
and RSV activity continues to increase. Currently NE is at the
"REGIONAL" influenza activity level. Hand washing is one of the most
important things to do to prevent influenza.
Families fighting flu is a website dedicated to protecting children against the flu.
Preventing the Flu: Good Health Habits Can Help Stop Germs
The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated each year, but good health habits like covering your cough and washing your hands can help stop the spread of germs.