Forgot to Put Sunscreen on the Kids Before They Left for School?
Don’t worry. The bipartisan S.F. 629 will allow students to possess and apply sunblock at school. According to the Food and Drug Administration, sunscreen is an over-the-counter drug which therefore requires students to have a doctor’s note if they wish to apply it at school. Even then, they must do so in the presence of the school nurse. Now the kiddies will be able to reapply when they’re catching some rays on the playground.