Dear Parents,

It is important to remind you of some basic rules to help you make a good decision as to whether or not you send your child to school.

1.     If your child has a fever, your child should not come to school as this will contaminate others.
        Even with medication (Tylenol) administered in the morning, your child is still contagious.

2.     If your child has nausea or vomiting, your child should not be sent to school, and should be kept home at least 24 hours after the last episode of vomiting.

Please find attached information from la Santé Publique to help with your decision making. (These are for both flu and/or gastro cases).

Thank you for your usual collaboration.

Denise Godin