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A Message from Nurse Kristy!

Below please find an update from the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

CDC Poster: Face Coverings Do's and Don’ts pdf

CDC: Use of cloth face coverings web page

CDC: Use of cloth face coverings pdf

American Academy of Pediatrics: Working and Learning from Home

World Health Organization: Helping Children Cope with Stress

Several families have asked about influenza this season. See below for four helpful health education resources. Be sure to scroll down to the Parents Guide in resource number one.

  1. Flu Information for Parents with Young Children

  2. Misconceptions about Flu Vaccine

  3. NY-Dept of Health: What You Should Know about the Flu

Here is additional information regarding hand washing from the Centers for Disease Control, and once again, a

for the video children watched in school.

Make note:

Health Information Topic: Head Lice

Head lice are tiny bugs the size of sesame seeds which attach to the hair. They are most common in preschool and elementary school children. They are crawling insects and cannot jump or fly. They may be spread through head to head contact, common in the Waverly age group. Regular head checks of your child are the most valuable way to spot head lice before they multiply or infest. Remember to be discreet if found, to avoid anxiety for the child. We encourage you to speak with your healthcare provider for guidance on treatment and reach out to Nurse Kristy for support.

Review this 3 minute


American Academy of Pediatrics Resource: Head Lice: What Parents Need to Know

Last modified: Sunday, April 26, 2020, 3:59 PM