Norton County has partially adopted the CDC’s shortened quarantine guidelines. In the past, any close contacts were quarantined for 14 days from last contact. We have adopted the shortened 10 day quarantine instead of the previous 14. Households will only be 10 days after the case is released from isolation compared to previously 14 days. Non-households are 10 days from last contact with the case. As a reminder, it is important to note that individuals should continue to self-monitor for Read more
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USD 211 is a Nut Aware School District. Q. Why is USD 211 a Nut Aware School District? A. Many schools are becoming nut-free or nut aware because the incidence of these potentially lethal allergies is increasing rapidly. Peanut allergies doubled in a 5 year period (1997-2002). More than 1 in 100 children have a peanut allergy and 1 child in 17 under age 3 has a food allergy. Peanut/nut allergies are particularly severe; ingestion of even tiny amounts can Read more
Norton Community Schools would like to remind parents and guardians of our illness guidelines. Students may return to school after the following criteria is met: *Vomiting -generally 24 hours since the last vomiting episode. It is helpful if your student can eat a meal at home to help determine further nausea/vomiting. *Diarrhea– (consisting of 3 or more watery stools) generally 24 hours since the last episode *Fever– at least 100 degrees or higher. Students needs to be fever free 24 Read more