Children who are ill are not to be brought to the center. The following are examples of children who are ill:
- A temperature of 100 degrees F. or higher
- Vomiting or diarrhea has occurred more than once in the past 24 hours
- A contagious disease such as chicken pox, strep throat or pink eye
- An unidentified rash
- A constant, thick, colored nasal discharge
- The child has not been on a prescribed medication for 24 hours or continues to have symptoms of illness.