Tusculum View Tiger Talk
News for the week of December 6, 2021
Tusculum View Mission Statement
Tusculum View has a heart for ALL kids by providing engaging opportunities to achieve excellence.
Good Afternoon Tiger Families,
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and holiday break. Our 4th and 5th grade classes are working hard for our holiday show at the NPAC! I can't wait to stroll back in time and listen to the Jingle Bell JukeBox tomorrow night, Monday, December 6th!
Hope everyone has a great week and stays well!,
Our 4th and 5th grade will also perform at the NPAC for their families on December 6th. This show is for 4th and 5th grade families only. Doors open at 5:30 pm.
After School Tiger Time is over for the FALL semester. After school TIger TIme will resume on Thursday, Januray 6th. Morning activities will continue through December 17th.
Please remember to bring in donations for our St. Charles Parish fundraiser!
- Please do not send balls to school with your students. The school will provide balls for play on the playground.
- All students eat breakfast and lunch free this school year. If you would like for your child to eat breakfast please arrive by 7:45 in order to allow time for them to eat as class begins at 8 am.
- When dropping students off at side parking lot in the mornings, please DO NOT turn LEFT out of the parking lot. Right turns only during drop off and dismissal.
- Please DO NOT get out of your car in car line to help your student get out of or in to the car. If you need to do this, please pull over in to a parking space.
Nurse Sally's Corner
Each month, Nurse Sally will share health tips for all our Tigers!
Six tips to keep children healthy during cold and flu season
- Have kids wash their hands frequently at home and school. Since kids often touch their mouths and faces, parents should make sure their kids’ hands are washed with soap and water to remove germs before eating, after using the bathroom, and when they come inside from playing. Hand sanitizer can be used for times it’s not possible to wash.
- Indoors or outdoors, get active. Kids should get regular, moderate exercise to boost their immune systems. Studies have shown that being active can help reduce cold and flu episodes.
- Get plenty of sleep. Children need between 9 and 14 hours of sleep a day depending on their age. Sleep deprivation can weaken the immune system and increase the risk of getting sick.
- Eat a well-balanced diet. Provide meals with plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables to help boost children’s immune systems. Look for foods rich in vitamin C and vitamin D, and avoid foods high in additives, preservatives, and sugars.
- Decrease stress. Elevated stress hormones can lead to decreased immunity. Give kids plenty of down time for rest and creative play to help lower their stress levels and keep them from getting sick.
- Avoid germy sharing. Sharing is good for kids, but many commonly shared items can be breeding grounds for germs. Teach children to never share straws and cups, caps and scarves, or anything that comes in contact with their mouths and faces.
- When kids do get sick, it’s important for parents to keep them home and take steps to prevent germs from spreading to others. If you’re unsure whether an illness requires a doctor’s visit, it’s best to err on the side of caution.
If you have questions about bus pick up or drop off times or need to add bus transportation, please reach out to Kristen Rollins at 423.787.8003. If you are changing your mode of transportation that you selected during registration, even if for just one day, you will need to submit this in writing to Mrs. Mary before it can be changed. An email is acceptable, but it MUST BE RECEIVED BY 12:30 pm.
We cannot accept a phone call to change to/from riding the bus, walking, or pick up. Thank you for your help in this matter. Safety of our students and getting them home to you is our top priority!
Please remember that we will not be able to allow vehicles to begin lining up in our parking lots or the side roads until 2:55 pm for afternoon student pickup.Please do not block the roads waiting for pick up before 2:55 pm.
If your child misses a day of school, per policy you must submit written documentation to the school office within two days of the child returning to school. You are allowed three parent notes per semester.
- Several ways to submit your written documentation
- Send written parent note, doctor, dentist, or therapy note with your child to school. Your child will give the written note to their teacher and it will be sent down to the school office.
- Email your excuse to Mrs. Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fill out the Online Absentee Reporting. This is found on Tusculum View Website at the top click Report Absence. Remember to give the reason why your child was absent from school.
Please refer to the guidelines below for new Truancy laws and procedures from the state of TN.
If you have had a change in address, phone numbers, or emergency contacts, please contact the school at 423.639.2751 ASAP to get your information updated.
GET YOUR TIGER SWAG!
Visit our school store to get Tiger apparel to show your school spirit and Tiger Pride! You may purchase and pay on our site. Merchandise will be sent home with your student when it arrives.