Due to our weather closure and school delay, report cards will be distributed on Friday, January 19th. We appreciate the cooperation of families with the change in regular schedules.
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Leader of the Month Breakfast
As a School Nurse, I have been busy reviewing immunization certificates to ensure compliance with SC Immunization Laws. If your child has any shots during the school year please send an updated SC Certificate of Immunization to school.
Flu season is fast approaching. Here are some facts about the flu virus:
* Influenza or “the flu” is an illness that affects our entire body, including the lungs. As many as one in five Americans will get the flu each year. A virus that spreads from person to person causes flu.
* You get the flu from other people. The flu virus spreads through coughing or sneezing. It also spreads by touching something that a sick person has touched and then touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
* Sometimes you can have the flu and not know it. Here are some signs that you might have the flu:
Children and some adults may also have:
Remember that no medication can be sent with students to school. An adult must bring medication in. They must have a permission form signed by parent and physician to have medication at school. Thanks for helping us make this a happy and healthy school year!
Ms. Turner, Ms. Infinger and Ms. Goodwin Ms. Infinger's 3rd Grade Class 2017-2018