• Guidelines for When a Student is Excluded from School 

    • Students with a temperature of 100 or greater. Students with fever should not return to school until they are fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications like Tylenol or Motrin. (Click here for Texas Law)

    • Students with an illness that is defined by the Texas Department of Health as easily transmitted to others. Examples are:

      • Chickenpox
      • Conjunctivitis (pinkeye)

      • Impetigo

      • Ringworm of the Scalp

      • Scabies

      • Strep Throat

      • See the complete list of Diseases Requiring Exclusion from School by viewing the Texas Administrative Code 97.7

        Guidelines for When a Student is Ill or Injured at School

        If a student becomes ill or injured at school and needs to leave school, the parent will be contacted. In case a parent cannot be reached, the office will notify the other emergency contacts you have listed to assume temporary care of your child.  In emergency situations, when parents or a responsible person cannot be reached, medical attention will be provided at a medical facility at the parent's expense.  Please call the school to update any new phone numbers or a  change of address.