Children benefit when partnerships are strong. In this photo one of our second grade students speaks about his learning with his parents and teacher!
Thank you for guiding your child’s steps and working closely with us to provide them with the very best experiences. Here are specific invitations and recommendations for our continued partnership.
Keeping our Children Healthy
When children are ill, they benefit from being home and resting to recover, which usually happens quickly at young ages. Please follow these recommendations to keep your child healthy and avoid getting other children sick:
- Keep your child home if there is presence of fever, vomiting or diarrhea, at least until you see a doctor and have a diagnosis, or for 24 hours after symptoms have disappeared. Some illnesses (like ear infection) may present some symptoms, yet are not contagious. Speak to your doctor if you have any doubts.
- Practice frequent hand washing with your child, especially after using the bathroom and before meals.
- Practice sneezing and coughing into a tissue. If tissue is not available, cough into your sleeve. Remind your child not to cough into his/her hands.
We truly appreciate your support.
Thank you to so many people who have responded to our survey to Share Your Expertise! We are amazed by the wide range of skills and interests represented in our parent community and we are already using these connections in our classrooms. Do you have a hobby, skill or job experience that you'd like to share with students? We invite you to volunteer by completing the Share Your Expertise form. Thank you!
Spirit Week is coming up beginning with Pajama Day. We invite you to participate in the Parade of Nations and encourage you to stay after the parade to attend the first series of workshops that we will hold this year. For elementary parents, you will be able to choose from topics related to technology and balance, empowering your child as an upstander, and developing a sensory diet for your child’s optimal development (Go Climb a Tree). I look forward to continuing to learn with you to support our students.
Paola de Pereira
Elementary School Principal