Health and Safety Policies

 

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Aya of the Week

By the Dawn (1) And ten nights, (2) And the Even and the Odd, (3) And the night when it departeth, (4) There surely is an oath for thinking man. (5) Dost thou not consider how thy Lord dealt with (the tribe of) A'ad, (6) With many-columned Iram, (7) The like of which was not created in the lands; (8) And with (the tribe of) Thamud, who clove the rocks in the valley; (9) And with Pharaoh, firm of might, (10) Who (all) were rebellious (to Allah) in these lands, (11) And multiplied iniquity therein? (12) Therefore thy Lord poured on them the disaster of His punishment. (13) Lo! thy Lord is ever watchful. (14) As for man, whenever his Lord trieth him by honouring him, and is gracious unto him, he saith: My Lord honoureth me. (15) But whenever He trieth him by straitening his means of life, he saith: My Lord despiseth me. (16) Nay, but ye (for your part) honour not the orphan (17) And urge not on the feeding of the poor. (18) And ye devour heritages with devouring greed. (19) And love wealth with abounding love. (20)

Cleanliness
A code of cleanliness is expected for all students. Hair must be properly combed or brushed. Students should bathe or shower every day. Nails should be trimmed. Clothing should be clean and free from noticeable stains. Shirts and blouses should be neatly pressed. Shoes should be cleaned regularly.
State Law Requirements
Wisconsin State Law requires that all children entering a Wisconsin elementary school be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella. These requirements can be waived only if a properly signed health or religious exemption is filed with the school. In order for a child to enter school, this form must be completed, signed, and on file prior to admission at the school the child will attend. Parents/guardians who are in non-compliance with this law will be contacted by the district attorney.
Communicable Disease
Children who have a communicable disease, (ringworm, pink eye, measles, mumps, chicken pox, strep throat) may not attend school until they have a written note from the doctor.
If a student contact lice, he or she will not be allowed to return to school until after he or she is treated. A child must bring to the school office the empty lice treatment package, to show that treatment was done. Encourage your child/ren not to share combs, brushes, hats, scarves etc.
The Milwaukee City Health Department recommends that each student have a “Child’s Health History” form on file. Parent/guardians are given these forms at the time of registration and they must be promptly returned.
Due to budgetary cutbacks, the City of Milwaukee Health Department has reduced the number of school nurse visits. The school nurse has limited contact with the schools; therefore one should not assume that the services of a nurse would be provided on a weekly basis. Medical irregularities should be presented to your family physician.
Schools will also provide preventive drug and alcohol programs. Support and referral procedures shall be available for students.
Illness during School Hours
If a child is sick in the morning, the school expects him/her to remain home for the day. Sometimes children come to school already ill and often the school is unable to reach the parents/guardians.
If a student becomes sick in school or suffers an injury, parents/guardians will be contacted. It is necessary to have all available emergency information on file in case no one can be contacted at home.
No student may leave the school building because of sickness without first reporting to the school office.
Medication Policy
In order for the child to take medication during the school day, the parent/guardian must sign the “Parents/Guardian Medication Consent Form.” (See Appendix)
School personnel may not administer medicine. If a child must take medication, they must be able to administer the dose themselves. All medications will be kept in the school office. It is essential that a note from the physician and parent/guardian accompany all medication. If a doctor’s statement and parent/guardian permission form do not accompany the medication, the student will not receive it. All medication that is given, will be logged every time medicine is administered.
Telephone Policy
Students are allowed the use of the school office phone for EMERGENCY purposes only. Permission for use should be obtained from the principal or authorized staff member. Otherwise, students will be charged .35 cents per call.