We are currently seeking
School Nurse Substitutes.
Current AR nursing license required. Please pick up an application at our Administration Office.

February 2, 2015-- Mayflower Board of Education approved Burge Consulting to start the required application for a FEMA approved Safe Room. The Safe Room will be located on the elementary campus. The Architect firm of Jackson, Brown, and Palculict was selected to design the FEMA approved Safe Room.

May 4, 2015-- Mayflower Board of Education will meet to discuss Federal funding/local funding to construct a FEMA approved Safe Room. The general public is invited to attend. The meeting will start at 6:00 pm in the Mayflower High School Media Center.

 ! ! ! !  HEAD LICE PREVENTION ! ! ! ! 

Each school year we get reports of head lice. This year is no exception.

Parents play a key role in preventing head lice by checking their children routinely each school year for lice and nits and teaching them not to share brushes, combs, hair accessories or wear clothing of others.

Head lice multiply quickly and can spread from person to person with head to head contact especially after sleep over’s.

The most common symptom of head lice is itching and head scratching, particularly at night. Red bite marks or sores may also be noticed on the scalp.

Parents should check their children routinely every week for lice and nits especially around the ears and nape of the neck.

If you find evidence of lice or nits, treat right away using an over the counter lice shampoo before sending them back to school.

In order to break the cycle of lice re-infestation, you must re-treat every 5-7 days for at least four weeks.

Ask your child’s school nurse for information about steps to take in order to break the cycle of head lice or quick on this link:

Head Lice Elimination Steps


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