she says she has a headache, i gave her tylenol. her temp is 99.
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Answer by slw123 at 3:52 PM on Sep. 21, 2010
Yes. If my son was acting out of sorts, reporting that he head hurts, and has a small temp...yep. My child's school has a policy if a child has a temp do not send them to school until they have been fever free for twenty four house. Not only would I not want him to spread any illness he may have I also don't want him vulnerable to get anything else. His body needs the rest. It also makes it so that he is sick less often if you are proactive. I would not want any other parent to send their child to school, knowing the child was not feeling well, and allow that child to spread germs to my kid. It is called manners. Seriously, then the parents who send their sick child to school bitch when their child does have an issue - well duh, stop sending your sick kid to school. And not to mention a child not feeling well cannot really concentrate well.
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