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You are invited to the East Coldenham's Learning Garden Party!
June Character Education Ambassadors
Winter Steinhilber, Michael Aube, Liam Christophides, Cara Weiss, Addison Felizzi, Charles Sterling, Emily Begley, Emma Donovan, Dominic Schaefer, Maci Oberpriller, Logan Leonhardt, Dominic Lochner, Christian St. Omer, Kevin Connelly, Michael Fringuello, Olivia Wirth, Katerine Gonzalez, Vincent LoPiccolo, Nor Petrarca, Skylah Sullivan, Bellarose Cahill, Marcello D'Ambrosio, Gabriella Aube, Moriah Blair, Jocelyn Braun, Anntony Rodriguez, Meghan Bishop, Aiden Cotthaus, Karlee Hoffman, Amethyst Maldonado, Jonna Jurgens, Samuel Nobondo, Xavier Vidal, Jaiden Santana, Trevor Mitchetti, Ella Petrarca, Cadee Eckert, Jalen Mojica, Jeremiah Maddox, Dominick Hingul, Aiden Filmanski, Daniel Masloski-Zanin, Jaden Sarlo, Madelynn Baxter, Gisella Terralavoro
The American Academy of Pediatrics as well as the National Association of School Nurses both advise against excluding a child with lice from school. Attendance at school is critical to a child’s academic success. Excluding a child from school because of a head lice infestation is futile as far as preventing the transmission of lice to other children. Learn more about head lice