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Measles is the most serious of the common childhood diseases and it is highly infectious. The virus usually causes fever, cold symptoms, cough, sensitivity to light and a rash lasting 7-8 days.

Complications of measles can include middle ear infections, pneumonia, encephalitis, convulsions, deafness, permanent cognitive impairment and even death.

The best way to protect your student and family from measles is to receive the MMR vaccine. MMR is a routine vaccine given as a two dose series after twelve (12) months of age.

Please contact your pediatrician or family doctor for more information.

The Illinois Department of Public Health recently advised of several
measles outbreaks in the Chicagoland area!

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šŸ“¢ COVID-19 | Update!

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New Criteria for Exclusion from School Due to COVID-19

The CDC and Illinois Department of Public Health have new exclusion criteria for schools related to COVID-19.

Students who test positive for COVID-19 are excluded from school for 24 hours until both are true:

  • fever-free without using fever-reducing medications
  • symptoms are improving overall


Upon return and for the next five (5) days, they recommend enhancing hygiene practices, wearing a well-fitted mask and physical distance from others when indoors as much as possible.

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