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Back To School: Staying Healthy at School is as Easy as Learning Your ABC's
Date:8/24/2010

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  • Use hand sanitizer. Give your child alcohol-based hand sanitizer to keep in his or her desk or locker. Remind your child to use the sanitizer before eating snacks or lunch and after using a shared computer mouse, keyboard, pencil sharpener, water fountain or other community object. You might also donate a bottle of a disinfectant like SpectraSan 24™ to the classroom for general use. SpectraSan 24 is safe to use, kills germs quickly, effectively, and continues to provide protection for 24-hours.
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze. Give your child a package of tissues to keep in his or her desk. Encourage your child to cough or sneeze into a tissue — then put the tissue in the trash, and wash his or her hands or use hand sanitizer. If it isn't possible to reach a tissue in time, remind your child to cough or sneeze into the crook of his or her elbow.
  • Keep your hands away from your nose, eyes and out of your mouth. Remind your child that hands are covered in germs. The nose, eyes, and mouth are the highways to runny noses, headaches, fevers, chills, and staying home from school.
  • Don't share water bottles, food or other personal items. Offer your child this simple rule — if you put the item in your mouth, keep it to yourself. The same goes for hats and other headgear. If your child shares pencils, markers and other classroom supplies, stress the importance of keeping them out of his or her mouth. For added safety, all of these items should be sprayed with SpectraSan 24 in an effort to provide peace-of-mind and around the clock protection from a wide variety of communicable illnesses.
  • Avoid anyone who's sick. Remind your child that sitting next to or playing with someone who's sick could lead to his or her own illness. The same is true with playing with toys, video games, computers or other school related learning devices and instruments.
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