Big Lake Elementary Newsletter
SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
PICTURE DAY - TOMORROW SEPT 13
OPEN HOUSE - SEPT 20
Come visit the PTO table and become a member or volunteer for an event. Fall Festival is coming and volunteers are needed.
Federal Programs staff will be here with Information available for parents that qualify for Migrant and/or Alaska-Native/American Indian Education benefits.
PTO MOVIE NIGHT - SEPT 21
PARENTS RIGHT TO KNOW LETTER
LOST & FOUND
SCHOOL CALENDAR 2018/2019
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PARENTS RIGHT TO KNOW LETTER
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SEPTEMBER LUNCH MENU
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Breakfast and lunch are free, however, if you bring a lunch from home and purchase a milk or want an extra milk with your school lunch then the cost 75 cents.
Welcome back to school! I hope everyone got to read a bit this summer!
Students have started checking out books. Kindergarten does not take books home for first quarter as we learn how to treat books, use shelf markers, etc. 1st graders will be bringing home a letter next week to be signed and begin bringing their books home. 2nd grade may check out two books, 3rd three books, 4th four books, and 5th graders may check out up to five books, but must be reasonable to finish reading them within 2 weeks.
If your student has missing books from last year please return them as soon as possible. You may also return any books from other schools here and I can send them to their school.
I’m looking forward to seeing you at open house! Mrs. Gamble
TOO SICK FOR SCHOOL?
- Fever of 100 degrees or higher
- No vomiting within 24 hours
- No diarrhea for 24 hours
- Crusty, bright red and/or discharge around eye
- Sore throat with fever, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, pain, hard belly
- Persistent and/or phlegmy cough
- Untreated lice (once treated, it's ok to return to school after being check by the nurse)
If you have questions, please call the BLE Nurse at 892.-9705.
Big Lake families:
With a new year of school brings head lice. It is important that you check your children often to make sure they are lice free. Below are some things to help you.
What are the symptoms? Itching of the scalp or neck. You might see little white flecks on the hair which are nits or eggs that will produce the lice. These can be seen attached to the hair right near the scalp, they resemble dandruff but it is impossible to flick them off. To get them off you have to trap them between your fingernails and really thread them down the hair shaft.
How is it spread? With direct contact with the hair of the infected person, sharing combs, hats, brushes, or bedding.
When do symptoms start? One to five days after exposure to infected items or contaminated items.
How do you remove them? Combing hair with a nit comb will pull out the eggs. A regular comb will not work as the teeth are too wide. Treating with a special lice shampoo. Also, rechecking every couple of days to see if more eggs remained and have hatched.
The best Prevention! Is to check your child often when combing or washing their hair.
If you have further questions you can call Nurse Moore at 892-9705 or e-mail her at Nancy.Moore@matsuk12.us.
All children who have head lice need to check in with the nurse before returning to school to make sure they are cleared to stay.
BAND & CHOIR INFO
Band students that are going to play at the HHS Homecoming game on September 21st should be at the high school football field by 7PM. We are excited to be invited to play with HHS Marching Band!
Choir's first concert is October 23rd at Houston Middle School.
If you would like to receive text notifications for choir and/or band, please let Mrs. Hardman know.
Fall Festival needs volunteers. Fall Festival meeting September 17 @ 4PM.
Vendors wanted! Sign up to be a vendor at our 1st annual Holiday Bazaar December 15.
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