The Knight Times
January 20, 2022
A Note from Ms. Coyle
Kids Heart Challenge
Third Grade: We are in need of paper towel/ toilet paper rolls for their engineering class. Please send those in to school if you are willing to donate them. Thank you!
Thank you for your order!
Teacher Shout Outs
Thursday, February 16th
- Kids Heart Challenge 5:30-7:00 @ Nicholson
Morning Drop Off
Our parking lot is very busy in the mornings and also very dark. Please follow the flow of traffic (no u-turns) and stay in line until you've dropped your student off. I also ask that you do not get out of line and bypass other cars after dropping your student off. We have students that walk around the vehicle when exiting and cutting out of line creates very unsafe situations. There is room for 5 cars to unload at a time. Colored signs mark where students can exit their car. We will have staff on the sidewalk making sure the line is moving as quickly as possible.
Also, our car rider door closes and locks at 7:50am. After this time, you MUST drop your student off at the main doors. Please do not leave your student at the car rider door if it is not attended by a staff member.
Thank you for helping us keep the students and parking lot safe!
Car riders are picked up in our parking lot. Please do not block the entrance to the Lane House Nursing Home. If your child is consistently a car rider in the afternoon, you are required to have a school-issued tag that coordinates with your student. If you did not receive tags, please email call our office to get one. Students will not be released to anyone without a tag or a note from the office. Transportation changes must be made by 2:00pm. This year, all cars are asked to make a right hand turn out of the parking lot. This will keep cards from crossing in front of the buses. Thank you!
- IDOH does not recommend quarantine or contact tracing in K-12 schools
- Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 should continue to isolate for at least 5 days
- Once isolation has ended, the agency recommends you were a high quality mask through day 10.
If a student is in close contact with a person who tests positive, they can continue to come to school as long as they remain symptom free. If a student tests positive, the school nurse needs a photo/copy of the positive test result
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