What happens if a child has a reaction to the fragrance of a hand sanitizer?
Similar to body sprays, perfumes, etc., we ask all children (and families) to refrain from using highly fragrant sanitizers (or any other perfume, cologne, etc.) and instead choose something more neutral. The cleaning supplies used by the schools are supposed to be fragrance free. If a child has an adverse reaction to a scent, they will be sent to the nurse's office.