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Medical Exclusion Day 

Medical Exclusion Day for Sunnybrook School District 171 was October 12th, 2018.  Illinois State Law requires that all Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 6th grade students, and new students transferring into an Illinois school have an Illinois school physical on file. All students must have a complete shot record on file. If your child transfers from another Illinois school and is not compliant with their medical documents, they will not be able to start school until they have all documents on file. If your student is transferring from a school that is out of state, they have 30 days to become medically compliant. 

Cold vs. Flu

Cold and flu season are upon us. Please remember to keep students home if they have a fever. Students must be fever free for 24 hours without the help of a fever reducer. If students are vomiting, please keep them home. Please see the link below regarding flu and cold symptoms:

Valuable Information regarding sleep: 

How Sleep Improves Productivity and Concentration

How Teens Can Handle Early School Start Times

Why You Shouldn’t Check Your Smartphone Before Bed

Parent Fact Sheet- Vision
Please see the link below to see common indicators for vision problems in students. 

Contact the Nurse/Health Aide
To reach the District Nurse Andrea Warner or Health Aide Shanna Koonce, please call one of the following numbers:
Nathan Hale Elementary- (708) 895-3030; Extension 3
Heritage Middle School- (708) 895-0790; Extension 3

Both the District Nurse and the Health Aide can be reached by e-mail. Please contact them using the following e-mail addresses: 
District Nurse- Andrea Warner-
Health Aide- Shanna Koonce-

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