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Should schools exclude students with head lice?

Asked by: Fanny
  • To much bugs going inside yo pussy

    Them bugs be crawling inside testicles and inside peoples hair like hell nahh cuzzzzz
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  • Yes schools should exclude students with head lice.

    Head lice is very contagious and students that have contracted it should be excluded, at least until the head lice is completely removed. It is an extremely hard and annoying bug that is tough to remove from hair and if children interact with said child they will most likely catch it as well and continue to pass it on and on and on.

  • Yes they should.

    Head lice spreads very fast and in order to prevent this spread throughout the school, students with head lice should be excused or excluded until the problem is cleared up. It is fairly easy and quick to get rid of hair lice, so there is no reason a student should be in school with head lice.

  • No, that's cruel!!

    Instead of excluding students with head lice, they nurses and parents should be helping students prevent getting it in the first place!! Don't share personal hair care items like combs, brushes, and hair bands. Make sure towels, blankets, pillows, and sheets are clean and dry. If there is a case of head lice, make sure it's caught early to prevent it from spreading.


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