send their kids to school even though they are sneezing (to the point every time they sneeze snot comes out of their nose), coughing up crap, and basically feeling like slum.. Just by looking at these poor kids you know they feel horrible yet their parents still insist on them going to school so in turn my son ends up with it and usually ends up worse for us than a typical cold because of his asthma & immune system.
I saw ATLEAST two kids walking into my sons class like that this morning and I just wanted to be like " are you serious ?" Both of the parents are stay at home parents so it isn't an issue of taking off work or finding another sitter. One child was sent home within 30 minutes of being there for throwing up all over the place and the other i'm not sure if she got sent home or not. But it bugs me to no end. If your child is obviously sick with more than allergies KEEP THEM HOME!!
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Answer by Fallaya at 8:49 PM on Sep. 8, 2009
It could very well be allergies, and like someone else said,when, you keep your kids home, the teachers make you feel so guilty and unfit. The rule is, a child can go to school ,if,his temp. is her 99-100, in our schools each child has to bring Kleenex and hand sanitizer.
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