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1. What is your position? *
2. In a given school year, what would you estimate is the average number of days missed by a student due to illness? *
3. Does your school differentiate between absences taken for illness, vacations and for other reasons? *
4. Do missed school days due to student illness, or for other reasons, impact your school's funding in any way? *
5. How valuable would it be to receive help reducing student sick days? *
6. Cold and flu seasons can seriously impact school days missed. Does your school have any specific policies regarding cold and flu prevention during these periods? *
8. Does your school have a school nurse? *
9. If there is a cold, flu or other outbreak in your school, whose responsibility is it to communicate the outbreak prevention initiatives to school staff? *
10. Whose responsibility is it to communicate the outbreak to parents? *
11. How do you communicate outbreak information to parents? *
12. Does your school board take an active role in outbreak prevention initiatives within the school community? *
13. Deciding if a child should be sent home from school can be a difficult decision. Who in your school makes those decisions? *
14. Does your school have guidelines to help determine if a child should be kept home from school? *
16. Who is responsible for cleaning and maintaining surface areas such as desks, counter tops, tables, etc. inside the classroom? *
17. Studies have shown a direct link between surface cleaning, germ reduction and illness. Does your school have custodial staff? *
18. Does the custodial staff clean classrooms differently from common areas? *
19. Who determines which cleaning products custodial staff use? *
21. Where does the budget to pay for cleaning supplies for the custodial staff come from? *
22. Do you know how much is spent each year on cleaning supplies for custodial staff at your school each year? *
23. Does your school have a parent involvement committee head? *
25. Are they involved in decisions regarding protection and outbreak communication and/or policies? *