November 4, 2021
VETERANS DAY PRESENTATION
We are proud to honor our veterans this year for Veterans Day. If you would like to recognize a member of your family who served or is currently serving in the U.S. military, please e-mail one of the following to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, November 8th.
- A picture of the veteran or with the veteran
- Short video of the student speaking about their veteran
VOLUNTEERS & DONATIONS STILL NEEDED FOR LUNCHEON
Our VIPS are putting together a wonderful luncheon for our teachers and staff. They need a few more donations, items and volunteers. View the sign up below and see if you can help.
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MEDICATION DROP OFF
The school district has received a written request to administer medication from the parent, legal guardian or other person having legal control of the student. Prescription medication must be in the original container properly labeled with child's name, name of medicine and directions for time and dosage. Medication must be prescribed by a medical professional licensed to practice in the United States. Please call 281-213-1010 to make an appointment with the nurse.
School district employees shall not be required to administer any medication that exceeds recommended dosages or administer any procedure that conflicts with standard medical practice, as described in recognized medical references on these issues.
Non-prescription medication shall be in the original, unopened container. Student's name and directions for time/dosage shall be provided by the parent/legal guardian at the time the request to administer the medication is made. Substances such as vitamins, herbal preparations, etc. will not be given during school hours.
TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE OF MEDICATIONS
All medication must be brought to the clinic by a parent, guardian or other responsible adult and shall be secured there at all times. For the safety and protection of all students, medication will not be sent home with students. Students will not be allowed to carry medications except for emergency medications such as insulin, inhalers or epi-pens.
When the period for administering the medication expires, the medication must be picked up by the parent, legal guardian, or other responsible adult. A doctor's note is required to be on file in the school clinic for any emergency medication a student may need to carry such as insulin, inhalers or epi-pens.
If you have any questions or would like to speak to the nurse, please call and make an appointment or you may e-mail her directly at email@example.com .
4 - Volleyball Game vs. Spillane
5 - Theatre One Act Play Festival
6 - Volleyball A Team Tournament
6 - Region Band Auditions
8 - Volleyball Game vs. Salyards
9 - Football Game 8 Home - 7 @ Salyards
10 -VIPS Meeting 9:00 a.m.
10 - Picture Retakes
11 - Veterans Day
12 - Staff Luncheon by VIPS
12 - 13 Choir Solo & Ensemble Contest
15-17 Basketball Try-Outs
16 - Theatre Show