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What are head lice? Head lice are small, wingless parasitic insects. They are typically 1/6 -1/8 inches long, brownish in color with darker margins. The claws on the end of each of their legs are well adapted to grasping a hair strand. Female head lice glue their grayish-white to brown eggs (nits) securely to hair shafts. The eggs are difficult to remove without a special “nit-comb”. The nits are generally near the scalp, but they may be found anywhere on the hair shaft. A child cannot “catch nits”. Nits (lice eggs) can only be laid by live lice. Interesting Facts on...
Wondering what's on the menu for breakfast and lunch at school? Here are links to this month's menus for all the GMRSD schools:   Hillcrest Elementary School - Nov 2018 Sheffield Elementary School - Nov 2018 Gill Elementary School - Nov 2018 GFMS/TFHS - Nov 2018
Wondering what's on the menu for breakfast and lunch at school? Here are links to this month's menus for all the GMRSD schools:   Hillcrest Elementary School - Nov 2018 Sheffield Elementary School - Nov 2018 Gill Elementary School - Nov 2018 GFMS/TFHS - Nov 2018
Wondering what's on the menu for breakfast and lunch at school? Here are links to this month's menus for all the GMRSD schools:   Hillcrest Elementary School - Nov 2018 Sheffield Elementary School - Nov 2018 Gill Elementary School - Nov 2018 GFMS/TFHS - Nov 2018
Wondering what's on the menu for breakfast and lunch at school? Here are links to this month's menus for all the GMRSD schools:   Hillcrest Elementary School - Nov 2018 Sheffield Elementary School - Nov 2018 Gill Elementary School - Nov 2018 GFMS/TFHS - Nov 2018
Wondering what's on the menu for breakfast and lunch at school? Here are links to this month's menus for all the GMRSD schools:   Hillcrest Elementary School - Nov 2018 Sheffield Elementary School - Nov 2018 Gill Elementary School - Nov 2018 GFMS/TFHS - Nov 2018

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