Lugoff Elementary

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    Our county is so blessed to have the KCSO as well as these SRO's to keep us safe every day. We hope the SRO's enjoyed their appreciation breakfast, a small token to say "THANK YOU" for what you do for us at LES as well as our community.

    SRO Thank You Banner     Officer Cockrell    SRO's Eating

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  • Nurse News

    Winter triggers for students with ASTHMA

    Winter months can be especially hard on children with asthma. Due to cold temperature changes in the weather outside, and increases in upper respiratory infections, colds and influenza, children with asthma may have more flare-ups in the winter, making this time especially difficult for some. If your child has asthma, they are a higher risk for flu and complications of the flu, so make sure they get a flu shot!  Also, the importance of good handwashing for everyone is so important to prevent the spread of common illnesses.

    In addition, if your student has a signed doctor’s order on file and a rescue inhaler in the health room, please remind them the inhaler is available to them if needed. All teachers have been educated on signs of asthma flare-ups, have asthma action plans for these students, and know when to send a student to the health room for an evaluation of asthma symptoms by the school nurse.  By working together, we can control asthma this winter!

    Please contact me with any student health concerns. Be well! Annah J. Deal, BSN, RN, LES School Nurse

    Great resources for parents of students with asthma:

    American Lung Association www.lungusa.org

    Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America www.aafa.org

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/asthma

    National Association of School Nurses www.nasn.org

     

     

    Let’s talk about FEVER and INFLUENZA… It’s coming!!

    Typically, we see an uptick in Jan./Feb. of flu. Parents, we ask that you keep your child at home when they are sick to prevent the spread of illnesses at school. All Kershaw County schools follow the DHEC exclusion and return to school guidelines as follows:

    • FEVER ONLY- Keep your child home for a fever of 101 degrees or higher. Your child may return to school with a parent note when the fever is gone.

     

    • Flu, Influenza, or influenza-like illness (ILI) is defined as an oral temperature of greater than 100 degrees, with a cough and/or sore throat for which there is no other known cause.

     

    • A child will be excluded for a fever of 100 degrees with a cough and/or sore throat.

     

    • Your child can return to school with a parent note when the fever is gone for at least 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications.

     

    If you have any questions regarding DHEC guidelines for school, please don’t hesitate to call me. As always, frequent hand washing and cough etiquette will help control the spread of infection. Annual influenza vaccination is the best prevention for flu.

     

    803-438-8000, ext. 5219, Annah J. Deal, BSN, RN LES School Nurse

    http://www.scdhec.gov/health/child-teen-health/school-exclusion

    cdc.gov/flu/protect/children.htm

    cdc.gov/handwashing/

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  • GOTR Logo Girls on the Run Information

    Lugoff Elementary will be hosting a Girls on the Run team for the Spring.  All girls in grades 3 - 5 are eligible to participate but the team is limited to the first 15 applicants.  LES students are eligible for the Early Bird Registration which is open from 12/15/19 - 1/7/2020.  Early Bird registrants receive a $10 discount. Regular registration is open from 1/8/2020 - 2/12/2020. 

    Practice will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4:00.  The season will run from Tuesday 2/4/20 through Thursday 4/23/20.  The final race will be on Saturday, April 25th.  

    Please go to www.gotrcolumbia.org to register your child starting 12/15/19.  Scholarships are available. Please contact Stephanie Hinton at stephanie.hinton@kcsdschools.net if you have any questions.

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  • LES/Kershaw County Reading Teacher of the Year

    RTOY KCRTOY

     

    Join us in congratulating 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Brantley Smith, not only as LES's 2019-20 Reading Teacher of the Year but also as the Kershaw County School District Reading Teacher of the Year!  Mrs. Smith is a wonderful teacher and colleague.  She loves what she does and it shows. LES is fortunate to have her as part of our family.  We know she will represent our school and distrcit well.  Proud of you, Mrs. Smith!

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  • Very Important

    PLEASE NOTE TIMES ARE NEW!

    School Day - 7:30 AM- 2:30 PM
     
    Tardy - 7:30 AM (Students must be in their classrooms!)
    Car Rider (7:00 - 7:30 AM)
    Breakfast (7:00 - 7:30 AM)
    Students dismissed to classrooms - 7:20 AM
    Instruction begins at 7:30 AM
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  • Tobacco-Free Facility

    Our district recently adopted the policy of having a tobacco-free environment. 24/7, for all campuses. Please click on link to read more. Thank you, in advance, for adhering to this policy.

     

    Tobacco-Free Policy

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  • PTO Our PTO is on Facebook!

    Please take a minute to join our PTO Facebook page.  This will help you stay in the "know" of what is going on with this great organization.  Also, please consider joining PTO if you have not.  We appreciate your support.

    Like our PTO Facebook Page!

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Menus (now using MealViewer)

  • KCSD Menus (now using MealViewer)

    Our school cafeteria is now using MealViewer for our breakfast & lunch menus.  You can view our menus in MealViewer now or view this video to find out more!

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