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Shinnston, WV 26431
Pediculosis; commonly known as head lice are parasitic insects on humans. Generally head lice infestation is most frequent in children ages 3-10 and their families. Head lice are spread with direct head-to-head contact with an infected person or by sharing personal items such as a hat, hairbrush, comb, wig or towel. The most common symptom of head lice is itching. Head lice infestations are usually treated with medicated shampoos or cream rinses. Nit combs can be used to remove lice and nits from the hair. Laundering clothes using high heat can eliminate lice.
|Any student in Harrison County with a special health care need or taking school administered medication will require an individualized health care plan. This information may be either mailed to the parent from the school nurse or can be printed from the following links. Please click on the appropriate diagnosis for your student and print off all forms to be hand completed at home and returned to school nurse.|
Students with Asthma
Special Dietary Needs
Students with Hypoglycemia
Students with Diabetes
Students with Migraines
Students with Seizures
STD/Pregnancy Prevention Course
Lori Scott, Principal
James Ellis, Assistant Principal
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