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  • 2/19/2018

    Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza OR Cereal w/Toast and Jelly

    Lunch: Oven Roasted Chicken, Rice Pilaf, Black Eyed Peas, Breaded Okra, Fruit Cocktail, 100% Grape Juice, Biscuit
    Fresh Express Option: Chicken Salad Croissant

  • 2/20/2018

    Breakfast: Hash Rounds w/ Sausage Link OR Cereal with WG Proball

    Lunch: Cheeseburger, Sweet Potato Fries, Cucumber and Cherry Tomatoes, Diced Pears, Seedless Grapes
    Fresh Express Option: Fruit Salad w/ Yogurt or PB cup w/ Pretzel

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  • Flu Season is here! 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 to person causes flu. 
    • You get the flu from other people. The flu viurs spreads  through coughing and 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 : Fever, headaches, fatique , dry cough, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, muscles aches, and vomiting.

     

    How can you help prevent the spread of the flu?

     The Center for Disease Control recommends "Take 3 Actions"

    1. Vaccinate- talk to your doctor about getting a flu vaccination.
    2. Take everyday preventative actions. Avoid close contact with ill persons. Keep children home if they have a fever (100 degrees or higher) , until they are fever free without the use of fever reducing medications like Tylenol or Motrin for 24 hours. Cover coughs and sneezes with tissue or upper sleeve. Wash hands frequently with soap and wter or alcohol hand rub. Clean and disinfect high touch surfaces. 
    3. If you are sick, seek medical advice and take antiviral medications if prescribed.

     Per DHEC exclusion guideline, if your child hashad a fever of 100 degrees or higher, they must be fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications such as Tylenol or Motrin,in order to return to school. 

    Please let the school know immediately if your child has been diagnosed with the flu. DHEC requires us to report cases to assist with tracking. Thanks for helping us keep our students and staff heathy. 

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