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Medical

At LIS we have two school nurses who notify, educate and provide first care in a safe welcoming environment to the students, faculty and visitors of our school. The nurse's office (room 015) is located on the ground floor of the school's main building just a few doors down from the school office. The nurse's office hours are Monday-Friday from 08:00 till 16:00.

At our Kindergarten (LIK) or school nurse is located at the first floor. Her office hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 08:00 till 16:00.

You can find the school's medical policy and frequently needed forms in the download boxes on the right.

If you have any Covid-19 related questions, please refer to the adjacent documents in the download box. Here you will find all relevant information on handling, hygiene and procedures in connection with Covid-19 at Leipzig International School. Of course, you can also contact us at any time.

  

Ms Elizabeth Blalock – Whole School Nurse

Elizabeth is the school nurse at Leipzig International School.

Her office hours are:
Mondays to Fridays: 08:00 – 16:00  

Please feel free to stop by to discuss any questions or concerns regarding your child.

 

 

 


Ms Helen Myers – Whole School Nurse

Helen has been the school nurse at LIS since June 2013. She qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Nursing in 2003, and has over 10 years of experience, working in hospitals, and in the community setting.

Helen is the school nurse at Leipzig International Kindergarten.

Her office hours are:
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 08:00 – 16:00  

 


Dealing with symptoms of illness for children in day care and schools

Recommendation for parents (as of 12.02.2021)


When must my child stay home from school?

It is often difficult to make a decision about whether or not your child is sick enough to stay at home. Many illnesses are easily spread, both in school and in the family. While we regret any inconvenience that this may cause, keeping sick children at home means fewer lost work days/ school days, for parents, teachers, and children and less illness for everyone.

FEVER – 99,5ºF/37,5ºC or higher

A fever is a sign of illness. A child with a temperature of 37,5ºC or higher should not attend school.

Vomiting/Diarrhoea

A child who is vomiting and/or is having frequent diarrhoea stools should not attend school. If there is cramping/abdominal pain, the student may be more comfortable at home.

Sore Throat/Colds/Cough

Minor cold symptoms are common and usually don't interfere with school attendance. A persistent, frequent cough and/or constant nasal drainage may affect your child's performance at school, and he/she may be more comfortable at home.

Rash

A rash may cover the entire body or only one area. A child that has a rash that is draining, has open areas or is causing the child to itch excessively should not attend school. A rash accompanied with other symptoms such as a fever, headache, sore throat, irritability, vomiting, etc. should not attend school.

Thick Mucus in Nose or Eyes/Crusty, Red, “Weepy” Eyes

A child who has conjunctivitis should refrain from attending school, as it is highly contagious. People can get conjunctivitis just by touching or using something that has been infected by a person who has the eye infection.

Suspicion of Head Lice/Suspicion of Contagious Infection

Covid-19, Chicken pox, Scarlet fever, Fifth disease, Influenza, Meningitis, Rubella, etc.

 

 

 

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