EGMS Weekly Update
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EGMS is all about Teamwork!
Hotspots need to be returned to the school ASAP. If your student is in FTO or at home on quarantine you may return the hotspot at the end of the school year. All other hotspots should be turned into the EGMS Library as soon as possible.
Chromebook return for on-site students will be Wednesday June 16th during school hours. On this day please make sure to send your student to school with a FULLY CHARGED chromebook, as well as their charger and chromebook case.
Chromebook return for FTO students will be Thursday June 17th through Friday June 25th. When families arrive at the school please call the front office at 541-526-6440 and someone will meet you at the front door. Please have devices fully charged and bring the charger and chromebook case.
Any damaged or lost devices will be assessed appropriate fines as laid out in the device replacement agreements families signed when the devices were first issued.
Last Day of School Information
Thank you to the 8th grade parent volunteers who are making leis for our 8th graders and a balloon arch to take photos under on our last day of school. We will miss you!
Attendance WINNERS of the Week!
This week's winners receive a free pizza from Dominos, McDonalds Meal Card and a Slurpee for having 100% attendance for the week! They go to Elliot Buckman, Finneas Young, & Kyliee Towner.
Go Huskies! We are so proud of you!
Weekly Student Super Stars!
The following students were nominated by their teachers for doing a great job with online school, being in class regularly and having a positive attitude. Congratulations to:
6th graders: Madison Martinez & Avery Lugo
7th graders: Emmalina Bottorff & Mia Rosas
8th grade: Aspen Segoviano & Chloe Peters
Prizes are coming your way! McDonalds combo meal, 7-11 Slurpee & a Husky sticker
Great job huskies!
From Nurse Grubb's Desk
- Outdoors: Students, staff, volunteers, and visitors are not required to wear face coverings outdoors (including, but not limited to: Outdoor PE, outdoor music, recess, and arrival & dismissal). Until additional updates are provided, all RSSL physical distancing and other related requirements still apply.
Sports at EGMS
Family Resources Available
Households financially impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may be able to qualify for The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply for food benefits by clicking here. For more information or support, please contact the Nutrition Services department at 541-923-8238 or email@example.com.
ODE has coordinated with DHS to offer a simplified system for distributing information about the Pandemic EBT benefit.
Status of P-EBT for the 2020/2021 School Year
Oregon has submitted a plan to provide P-EBT benefits to eligible students retroactively back to October 2020. Initial P-EBT issuances will start going out by the end of May. Retroactive benefits will be broken out over the first 2 payments. Dates are contingent on final approval from the USDA, Food and Nutrition Service.
A new system is being developed to issue 2020/2021 P-EBT benefits.
Updates regarding P-EBT, including information about how the program will be implemented and when, will be shared at https://www.oregon.gov/dhs/ASSISTANCE/FOOD-BENEFITS/Pages/P-EBT.aspx as soon as they are available. Contact 211 for general P-EBT questions or to learn more about other food resources available in your area
This webpage is the primary source for information.
**PLEASE NOTE: All students receiving meal benefits (whether Free/Reduced by application or directly certified by the State), including all students enrolled in 2020-21 CEP sites (Lynch, Sage, Vern Patrick, Tuck, & Hartman) are eligible for Pandemic EBT benefits**