State Baned Sunscreen At School. Then A Girl Stayed Outside Too Long.

It apparently is going to take a change in state law to give kids the right to use sunscreen at schools in Washington state

Senate Bill (SB) 5404 would allow children to possess and use over-the-counter sunscreen on school property, AP reported. Under the current state law, it is illegal to have sunscreen at school without a note from a licensed healthcare professional.

Sadly, though, the law was not proposed until two children were badly burned at a school function.

“Two of my three children experienced significant sunburns,” Jesse Michener, the Tacoma mother credited with inspiring SB 5404, wrote on her blog in 2015. “Like, hurts-to-look-at burns.”

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Michener’s daughters, Violet and Zoe, experienced the sunburns at field day because officials with the Tacoma Public Schools would not allow them to use sunscreen. Disturbingly, one of the teachers who refused to let


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