UCSD#1 Has updated procedures for food allergies and health care.  More information can be obtained from the school nurse.  The main points from the health care procedure include when a child will be sent home from school including if they have any of the following:
           -A fever of 100 degrees or greater.  The student may return to school only after being fever free for 24 hours (without fever-reducing medications).
           -A persistent cough or coughing that significantly affects the students ability to talk, function or remain comfortable.
           -Suspected conjunctivitis. Following the diagnosis of conjunctivitis the student may return to school 24 hours after the first prescribed dose.
           -Persistent diarrhea and/or uncontrolled vomiting.  The student may return to school only after being symptom-free for 8 hours.
           -A suspicious, unexplained rash or lesion.  The student may return after a health care provider has examined and authorized the student's return to school.
           -Whenever any live pediculi or untreated nits are found.  The student may return following appropriate treatment as long as no further live pediculi are found.
     Students may return to school:
            -With a known diagnosis of strep throat 24 hours after antibiotic treatment.
            -With a diagnosed skin lesion 24 hours after treatment.

Hello! I am excited to be at this awesome school! Please contact me with any health related questions or concerns regarding your child. 789-2833 X1606. Rachel Asay, RN