ST. Francis School

ST. Francis School
Indirapuram

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Illness and Isolation

Illness and Isolation


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  • 1. It is a matter of deep concern that parents allow children suffering from infectious ailments to attend classes or examinations. Such conduct can result in an epidemic outbreak in the school.
  • 2. A child should be medically examined at the first sign of any rash/ fever and should be sent to school only on the advice of a doctor. After recovery from an infectious ailment, a child should remain at home for the period of quarantine as advised by a doctor. On return to school, a medical fitness certificate, duly signed by a doctor, should be submitted to the office.
    Quarantine period recommended for-
  • 1. Chicken pox - 3 weeks (till the complete falling of scabs)
  • 2. Measles - 2 weeks
  • 3. Mumps - 2 weeks
  • 4. Conjunctivitis - 1 week
  • 5. Jaundice - 4 weeks If children come to school with infectious diseases, they will be sent back home. A student must be medically fit to attend school for the whole day. In case a child is ill, a medical certificate must be provided.