Remember that head lice is not a disease. Lice are a nuisance and require attention and diligence to rid them from the individual's head and from your home. 
    • Anyone can get head lice.
    • The majority of cases of head lice are not transmitted at school.
    • Lice are transmitted through direct contact with the hair of an infested person or through the sharing of personal items such as a hairbrush, combs, helmet, hat or pillows.
    • It is important to contact all individuals your child has been in close contact with, if your child becomes infested with lice.
    • Contact the School Office, if you find head lice/nits on your child. Information will go home to inform other families that there is a case of head lice in the class. In this way other families can check their child's head and monitor lice infestation in their family.
    See these links for further information on Head Lice: