Had a Kinder sent down earlier this morning for a temp check. No reason why. Kiddo denied feeling bad. Temp was normal. Sent him back to class. Fast forward to about 30 mins ago and same kiddo is sent back due to vomiting. As he's sitting up here, New Office Lady casually states "oh, well you know, either him or his brother were throwing up earlier this week". Uh. No, New Office Lady, I did NOT know that. That would require someone to actually tell me these things. Made the comment to our veteran office lady about wishing there was a way for me to be informed of things like this because it would vastly change my assessments. She responded with "well I don't know how it would work. With the 100's of calls we get, it would be impossible to let you know about all of the sick kids". Uh, what? First of all, we have like 250-ish kids on this campus. If we're receiving "100's of calls" about sick kids, our attendance rate would be such that our school would have to be closed due to illness. Secondly, if you know of a kid that was vomiting earlier in the week and you see them in the office at the beginning of the day, why would you NOT say something to the nurse at that point.