• In order to be proactive, Anderson One has gathered information about the flu, the enterovirus, and the Ebola virus.  This information has been issued by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and is being posted in order to keep our parents informed and our schools safe.
     
    If you have any questions or concerns about your student and one of the viruses below, please do not hesitate to contact your school nurse.
     
    The School Exclusion List: Information for Parents is helpful in determining when your child should return to school after being ill.  
     
    Measles Information
     
    It is important to understand that South Carolina does not currently have a confirmed case of the measles at this time.  Please be aware that one confirmed case of the measles in a school setting constitutes an outbreak and will trigger outbreak procedures as designated by DHEC.  
     
    These include:
    -All staff and students who cannot provide proof of immunity will be advised to receive a measles-containing vaccine and will be readmitted to school upon presenting documentation of immunization from a medical provider.
    -Those who remain unvaccinated will be excluded from school for 21 days after the last measles case is identified.
     
     
    The Flu
     
     
     
    Enterovirus
     
     
     
    Ebola Virus