The Nashua News

October 2019

Nashua Elementary

School Hours: 9:00 am-4:10 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday

9:00 am-3:35 pm Thursday

Important Numbers

24 Hour Attendance Line: 321-5162

Main Office: 321-5160

Fax: 321-5161

Nurse: 321-5163

Cafe: 321-4794

Counselor: 321-4353

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Upcoming Events

1-Honor Choir Practice

3-4th/5th Track Meet

4-Book Fair Opens

8-9 Parent Teacher Conferences

8-Honor Choir Practice

8-Turn In Tuesday




15-3rd grade to Park University

15-PTA Meeting 6:00 pm

17-4th grade to Symphony

17-Author Judy Shaffer visit

18-5th grade to Coterie

21-25 Red Ribbon Week

21-STEM Club

22-Honor Choir

23-4th grade to Zoo

26-PTA Mercury Gym Night

28-STEM Club

29-Honor Choir

31-Fall Parade 2:15 pm

31-Fall Parties 2:45

Principally Speaking

It is officially October already and fall is in full swing! It is during this time of year that we begin to see our Star Learners making growth in their learning. Routines and procedures have been practiced and mastered; the real fun of learning is well underway. The staff at Nashua continues to focus their attention on providing the very best educational opportunities they can to each and every student they see on a daily basis.

Thank you for sending your Star Learner to school every day well rested and prepared for the day! Here at Nashua, we believe every day is a great day to be a STAR!

Fall Party Information

Thursday, Oct. 31st

2:00 pm Parent Party Helpers arrives and check in at the front desk

All parents who are assigned to the Fall Party will pick up their official badges in the office.

2:10 pm Parents with badges will be released to the classrooms for party set-up

2:15 pm Fall Parade

All parents are invited to position themselves around the school and playground to enjoy the wonderful parade of costumes.

2:45 pm Fall Party

3:15 pm Fall Party ends

Parents can take their children from the party, but may not take "friends" unless a note from the other child's parent has been received.

Costume Parameters:

Violent Free

Weapon Free (even if you weapon goes with your costume, you cannot bring the weapon to school)

Gore Free

Nurse Martha's File

  • Children with a temperature of 100 degrees or above, vomiting, severe coughing, or who have diarrhea during the evening or night, should stay home from school the following day.
  • Students should be kept home for a full 24 hours after symptoms of illness have subsided. Children must be fever-free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school.
  • Students will be sent home from school if a temperature is 100 degrees or above, vomiting, sever coughing, diarrhea, or there is a suspicion of a communicable disease or the inability to participate in normal classroom activity.
  • Students who are prescribed an antibiotic (for strep, pink eye, etc), must take it for 24 hours before returning to school. All medications must be accompanied by a Medication Authorization Form and given to the nurse.
  • Students should also try to stay hydrated on excessive heat days.
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