Lincoln Elementary School

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  • 1484 Boone Street 

    Troy, MO 63379

    636-528-1990

  • The Annual Used Book Drive starts February 3 and ends on February 28. All books donated will be used in libraries and classrooms through out the district, as well as Powell's Used Book Sale this spring. Collection bins will be downstairs by the offices. Thank you for your continued support of the library!

    Book Drive

     

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    The District invites you to find out more on the upcoming No-Tax Increase Bond Issue that will be on the April 2nd ballot. Information can be found at www.troy.k12.mo.us/propkids. Prop KIDS asks voters to help keep District schools safe, secure and up-to-date.

     

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    KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION KICK-OFF FOR LCRIII SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Early kindergarten registration for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on March 5 in the Powell Conference Room.  Incentives for early registration.  Please read flyer below for more details.

    Kindergarten Registration 2019-2020 school year

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  • From Our Nurse - Lice Information

    The following are several common reasons why treatment for head lice may fail sometimes:

    1. Misdiagnosis. The symptoms are not caused by an active head lice infestation.

    2. Applying the treatment to hair that has been washed with conditioning shampoo or rinsed with hair conditioner. Conditioners can act as a barrier that keeps the head lice medicine from adhering to the hair shafts; this can reduce the effectiveness of the treatment.

    3. Not following carefully the instructions for the treatment that is used. Some examples of this include not applying a second treatment if instructed to do so, or retreating too soon after the first treatment before all the nits are hatched and the newly hatched head lice can be killed. Another reason is retreating too late after new eggs have already been deposited.

    4. Resistance of the head lice to the treatment used. The head lice may have become resistant to the treatment. If the treatment used does not kill the head lice, your health care provider and pharmacist can help you be sure the treatment was used correctly and may recommend a completely different product if they think the head lice are resistant to the first treatment.

    5. Reinfestation. The person was treated successfully and the lice were eliminated, but then the person becomes infested again by lice spread from another infested person. Sometimes reshampooing the hair too soon (less than 2 days) after correctly applying and removing permethin can reduce or eliminate any residual (continued) killing effect on the lice.

    https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/head/gen_info/faqs_treat.html

     

     

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