EGMS Weekly Update

March 5th

Letter from The Principal

No School Friday, March 19th

Next week is a 4-day school week and that means we do NOT have asynchronous Wednesday. Because B cohort will miss Friday, they will instead attend on Wednesday. See picture below.


The end of the trimester is March 18th. Please get your purple assignments turned in by March 18th or your teacher's specific due dates.


Spring Break is March 22 - 26

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Wednesday Bus Riders!

THIS LINK will take you to all the Wednesday bus route information!
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Attendance WINNERS of the Week!

This week's $10 Dairy Queen gift cards for 100% attendance for the week go to Valeria Gamboa and Logan Backer. 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: Jasper Molloy & Cam Sigfrid

7th graders: Emma Turner & Lily Hardy

8th grade: Payton Greathouse & Blu Burgess


Prizes are coming your way! McDonalds combo meal & a Husky sticker


Great job huskies!

Sports Update

Restrictions around outdoor sports have changed. We are now allowed to have up to 150 spectators, distanced and masked, at our football games. We must adhere to mask and distancing rules in order to be able to hold these games. Please help us with this if you are a spectator. Thank you!


Volleyball is restricted to 25 parent spectators per game. We WILL still be live-streaming if you're unable to be a live spectator. Please click the volleyball schedule to see the live YouTube link and watch the game.

Cross Country Schedule Here

*No Live Streaming for these events

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From Nurse Grubb's Desk

March is National Nutrition Month


March is National Nutrition Month and this year's theme is

"Personalize Your Plate"


Eating a nutritious breakfast can help your child get more nutrition, be energized for school, improve concentration, and encourage them to make healthier choices throughout the day.


Healthy Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

Get the morning nutrition you need with these quick breakfast ideas.


  • Instant oatmeal: Make it with fat-free or low-fat milk instead of water. Toss in raisins or dried cranberries and chopped walnuts. Or mix in ¼ cup unsweetened applesauce and sprinkle with apple pie spice or cinnamon.

  • Yogurt parfait: Layer fat-free or low-fat plain yogurt with your crunchy cereal and blueberries.

  • Breakfast smoothie: Blend low-fat milk, frozen strawberries and a banana.

  • Toaster waffle: Toast and top with nut butter and apple slices.

  • Pita egg sandwich: Stuff a whole-wheat pita with a sliced, hard-cooked egg and low-fat shredded cheese.

  • Banana roll-up: Spread peanut butter on a whole-wheat tortilla. Add a peeled, whole banana and roll it up.

  • Bagel and veggies: Spread hummus on a whole-grain toasted bagel. Top with sliced cucumbers and tomatoes.

  • English muffin: Add lean ham and low-fat Swiss cheese to a toasted whole-grain English muffin.


Thanks!

Hybrid Calendar

EGMS Bell Schedules

EGMS Blueprint

The EGMS blueprint is the plan that we have created for hybrid, in-person learning that aligns with the ODE Ready Schools, Safe Learners Guidelines. Please feel free to take a look at what our plan is. Don't hesitate to give us a call or an email if you have any questions. Safety is our number one priority as we bring students back to the building.

My Meal Time

Here is an easy way to make school lunch deposits, pay fees, and manage cafeteria accounts from anywhere on any device.

You can also apply for free and reduced lunch here. If you would like a paper application, please send your student to the front office to pick one up.


Register now for your FREE account. Click the button below.
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How to Locate Your Student's Bus Route

To find your child's route for M, T, Th and F, please go to THIS LINK. This is current as of 2/17/21.


If your child attends school on Wednesday, please go to THIS LINK. It will say Wednesday bus schedule, click to view.


If your child rides a special needs bus, families will be contacted directly with information by the bus driver or bus monitor before the week is over.

Yearbook News

Parents and Students,


The Elton Gregory Yearbook is now available for purchase. Due to such a crazy year, our timeline is entering a warp speed for the payments and 8th Grade baby picture/words of wisdom and the yearbook. Please review the following important dates:


1.April 9th , 2021- 8th Grade Baby Pictures and Dedications- submit a digital baby photo of your 8th Grader, with two-three sentences of inspirational, loving or fun advice. Cost: $20 dollars.


2. April 9th, 2021- ALL other pictures of CDL, sports, activities, playing instruments, pets, etc.


3. April 16th, 2021- Yearbook Purchase for all students- Please pay for your child's yearbook, all grades. Cost: $30 dollars.


**Please submit photos to:


EGMSyearbook@redmondschools.org


**Financial Contact for the EGMS Yearbook is Stacy Wink. Please call for payment options: 541-526-6440, or send her an email at:


stacy.wink@redmondschools.org


Thank You,

Jennifer Wachs




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The 2019-2020 yearbooks are available for sale! Limited amount to be sold on a first come first serve basis, Mon-Fri, 7:00 - 3:00pm through the front office for $30. Payments can be made by phone (541-526-6440) ahead of pick up.

Husky or College Gear FRIDAYS

EGMS Students! Let's show our pride on Fridays by wearing EGMS gear or college gear!

*If you need some new Huskey gear, scroll to the bottom of this newsletter and click on the "Order Husky Gear" button.