The Friday Flyer
From Boone Meadow Elementary School
From the Eagles' Nest
Lifelines for the Month of October:
Student Progress Conferences: Student progress conferences have begun and will continue through the end of October. Please contact your child's teacher with any questions.
October 7th - Picture retakes & end of first quarter
October 10th-13th - Scholastic Book Fair
October 12th- 4th Annual Mile Cross Country Race @ ZCHS click here to register your K-6th grade student
October 24th-28th - Fire Safety Week
October 17th-21st - Fall Break
October 25th - BME Blood Drive (3:00-7:00)
October 27th- 1st Grade Field Trip - (Zoo)
October 28th - Kindergarten Field Trip - (Children's Museum)
NOTES FROM THE CLINIC
Please be advised that students are not allowed to bring medications of any kind to school. This is for the safety of all our BME students! Instead, an adult 18 years or older may drop off any meds at school.
If you have any questions, please contact Nurse Amy, at x14104.
School Visitor Check-Ins at ZCS
Please be aware that we use a visitor management system known as SafeVisitor. SafeVisitor is a 30-45 second check-in process that cross references against all national sex offender registries and prints a visitor badge. Please be prepared to scan a government issued ID (Driver License) when arriving to campus as a visitor or volunteer. The printed badge should be visible at all times while in the building. Thank you!
Please note: Full background checks are still required field trips. Full background checks cost $15.95 and take at least 7-10 days to process. Limited background checks are still required for lunch visits, volunteering in a supervised area, etc.
All volunteers in our district are also required to complete the bullying module, consisting of a short video and a digital signature as proof of watching the video. This video must be watched for either level of volunteer (Full or Limited). Please click here to visit the BRAVO/Volunteers page where all of these items can be completed.
Boone County has shifted from NIXLE to SMART911. This is a free service that allows you to receive emergency notifications from the county which may include severe weather warnings and traffic alerts. The program will ask for optional personal information that could be used in the event of an emergency situation in your home. Boone County citizens are encouraged to create their Safety Profile with Smart911 today. To create a safety profile and sign up for updates, go to www.smart911.com