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Lesson Plans

Re: Smocks and old shirts

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Mon, 26 Oct 1998 18:29:09 -0500

Well an alternative would be to wash them monthly or so.

Sharon Henneborn wrote:
> I saw a reference to keeping kid's clothing clean by having a large
> supply of shirts on hand.
> A word of warning.
> A few years back our school district had a difficult time ridding our
> elem. schools of a yearly lice epedimic. Play productions seemed to
> preceed the epidemic. We changed our method of storing costumes...No
> more communal boxes and I rotated the smocks on a 4 or 5 day cycle.
> That became too much trouble so now any parent concerned with stains
> sends a smock for the kid's locker! Better the stains than the NITS!
> Enough already! I'm begining to feel itchy

john barrick
Sandra Barrick