May | Bobcat Breeze
May 10, 2021
Dear Edison Families,
On behalf of all of us here I’d like to say thank you! The outpouring of appreciation in the form of tasty goodies and heartfelt messages everyday this week were such a wonderful boost to our collective spirit. I am beyond grateful for the generosity and kindness of #EdisonNation. We are truly fortunate to be a part of such a close knit and supportive community!
Towards that end, thank you for supporting our effort to make Edison an even better experience for all students by letting us know what’s working well here, and what we can do even better by completing our Spring Family Survey: http://bit.ly/OMSDFam
As always, we remain grateful for your continued support and encouragement as we finish our year #edisonstrong!
Bobcats of the Week
Mental Health Awareness Month:
May is Mental Health Awareness month -- our theme for this year is “Hope for Change” to remind us to rely on the hope that carried us through an incredible year of change and acknowledge that your mind matters. Connect with others throughout the month by using hashtags #HopeForChange and #MayMentalHealthMonth2021
Please Clear your Child’s Absence - In Person Instruction
Reminder that families must clear their child’s absence before their child is allowed to return to in person instruction. To avoid your child being returned to the health office please be sure to call our office at (909)984-5618 to clear your child’s absence before they return to in person school the next day.
Students Presenting Symptoms at Home
Parents are asked to screen their child for COVID-19 symptoms each morning before they send them to school using our Daily Checklist for Families. This shared responsibility is critical to our ability to keep our schools open for blended learning, we ask that all parents keep their students at home if they are sick.
Please report your student’s illness with details of all symptoms to our health office at 909-984-5618. Our Health Office will follow up on all students that are at home with COVID-19 symptoms.
Student Access to Learning While at Home
It is important to note that a student who is sent home, stays home, or has been exposed to COVID-19 and is at home in quarantine, will be able to access classroom instruction online from home if they are healthy enough to participate.