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Student Sick Policy
For the health and safety of all staff and students, do not bring sick students to school. If your child has been out sick, in order to return to learning center classes or meetings, students must be fever (a fever is defined as 100.4* F), diarrhea, and vomit-free for 24 hours. Do not bring your child to school if they vomited during the night. 
Review this easy-to-read summary from Akron Children's Hospital as a guideline as to when to keep your kids home from school. Simple steps to help prevent the spread of germs and viruses are to cover cough and sneeze with a tissue or flexed elbow, wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, or use hand sanitizer. Last but not least, stay home if you are sick. For COVID questions, please refer to our COVID-19 Information and Guidance page.
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Pathways will serve one meal (breakfast) to all students, regardless of income level. Students may access one breakfast meal on any day they are at one of our learning centers (pre-scheduled for 2+ hours or more for classes/activities). Each breakfast consists of a grain, fruit, and milk such as a cereal box, apple juice, and 2% milk. Breakfast will be available from approximately 8:30 a.m. through the first-period break.