November 6, 2020
WORDS TO LIVE BY: SIX FOOT SPACES, MASKS ON FACES, UNCROWDED PLACES!
Health Screening Update
An Appeal from the Kitchen
The kitchen will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Lamoille Community Food Share the week of November 9-13. We will have a collection box in the main lobby and students can drop off their contribution on the way to class in the morning. Thank you for helping us feed our neighbors!
Please remember to order Breakfast & Lunch through FACTS
Trunk or Treat was SPOOKTACULAR!
*Masks must be worn and social distancing must be practiced when retrieving items.
Basketball Clinic Details from Coach Bu
Grades will observe the following schedule:
Grades 1 and 2 (3:15-4:00)
Grades 5 and 6 (4:00-4:45)
Grades 3 and 4 (3:15-4:00)
Grades 7 and 8 (4:00-4:45)
If you have out-of-state visitors in your home (or a college student returning home from out-of-state) who come from a red or yellow county, they need to quarantine for 14 days (or the duration of their stay). This means they should:
- Wear a mask in common spaces
- Use a separate bathroom
- Eat separately
- Stay 6 feet apart and otherwise not be in close contact with other household members
Household members who are NOT under quarantine do not then also need to quarantine – meaning they can go to school, work, or the grocery store. However, be sure to disinfect commonly touched surfaces, and check yourself for symptoms for 14 days.
The same guidance applies to people living with Vermonters who leave the state to go visit a red or yellow county, and people living with close contacts.
If you are in quarantine, you have the option to get a PCR test after seven days. If you test negative and have no symptoms, you can end your quarantine. If you develop symptoms during quarantine, please consider getting tested.
For more information about all this, see these FAQS:
How Does Contact Tracing Work?
Seventh Installment from the USCCB's Pastoral Letter Condemning the Sin of Racism
Cubes & planks
a hands-on and fun activity with Mr. Stein
Seizing the opportunity...
to start on homework!
Matchbox bird house craft project
Led by Deb (of Deb's Place).
If you or someone you know are in need, please see the bottom right corner of the flyer for all the details and contact info.
"The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet"
Fourteen seventh and eighth graders and three adults at Lamoille Union Middle School had a new adventure this fall. They cast, rehearsed, and performed a play... all on Zoom. "The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet" is a spoof of Shakespeare's classic tragedy. Now it's a comedy, with Seuss-like rhymes and language replacing the original text.
Tickets are now on sale for two online showings: Thursday, November 12 and Friday, November 13 at 7 PM. Tickets are $9 each. Each ticket has a unique access code and cannot be shared on more than one device. Visit ShowTix4U.com and search for "Lamoille."
For more information, look for Lamoille Union Theater Program on Facebook or Instagram, or email us at LamoilleTheater@luhs18.org.
Thank you for supporting the Lamoille Union Theater Program. You've never seen Shakespeare like this. We know you'll enjoy it... One Hundred Percent.
Coming Up Next
Nov 12 - Clear the Halls drill
Nov 20 - Trimester ends
Nov 25 - 27 - No School - Thanksgiving Recess
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