Parents in the Iberia R-V school district are being warned about a potential health scare. School officials say they’ve been notified of a case of impetigo in the district. It’s a highly contagious skin infection caused by streptococcus and staphylococcus germs. Signs and symptoms include red sores that rupture and ooze for several days, causing a honey-colored crust…painless, fluid-filled blisters, and itching skin. You may also have tenderness around the sores and swollen glands. The school nurse is advising parents to keep their children home from school if they experience any of the symptoms. If do see signs of the infection, contact the school office and call your doctor.