EGMS Weekly Update

February 19th

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EGMS Bell Schedules

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Don't forget bring your reusable water bottles to school Huskies! We are excited to announce three new bottle fill stations in our building.
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Drop Off and Pick Up at EGMS

Just a reminder, the back of EGMS is for bus drop off and pick up ONLY. Parents, please use the front of the building to drop off and pick up your students.

Thank you!

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.

Welcome Back - Health & Safety Reminders
Bienvenidos A Nuevo -- Salud y Seguridad

Picking Up Your Student Early

Sometimes we have appointments or other things that require us to pick up our student earlier in the day. Due to COVID-19 protocol, we have a little different procedure this year.

  • Please call the office when you arrive and let us know who you are picking up.
  • While we have your student gather their things and come to the office, please meet us at the front door where you can sign them out on a clipboard.
  • Please wear your mask.
  • We will not be able to just release them to your car for safety reasons.

Thank you!

EGMS Front Office

Attendance WINNERS of the Week!

This week's $10 gift cards for 100% attendance for the week of Feb. 8th - 12th, go to

Paislee Grant and Toan Nguyen. 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: Gabriel Marcial & Colt Pupo

7th graders: Kadance Drinkard & Allison Brumitt

8th grade: Abigale Ortgies & Alexander Davis

Prizes are coming your way! McDonalds combo meal, 7-Eleven Slurpee, & a Husky sticker

Great job huskies!

Sports Update


7th Grade Volleyball will start at 1:30

8th Grade Volleyball will start at 3


We are excited to announce 6th grade volleyball!


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From Nurse Grubb's Desk

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month!

Attitudes and habits established early are critical in maintaining good oral health throughout life.

Habits to be Mouth Healthy:

- Schedule routine check-ups every six months

- Brush twice each day for two minutes

- Floss daily

- Snack Healthy! Fruit juice, sports drinks, fruit snacks, and sticky candies all pose threats to your teeth

- Eat calcium-rich snacks

- Hydrate with good old-fashioned water. It helps rinse away any sugar or particles that can lead to cavities.

- Replace your toothbrush every three to four months

For more facts and resources visit

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Does your child need to take medication at school?

Just a friendly reminder that if your student requires daily, as needed, or emergency medications at school, to please send them before or by the start of onsite hybrid learning, which is Monday, February 22nd. Medications must be dropped off by a parent/guardian, please do not send them to school with your child.

Over the counter medications should be in an unopened original package and current. Prescription medications should come in a dated, labeled container with their name, prescription number, and proper dosage. Additionally, please include a completed medication authorization form for each medication sent, the link is provided below:

If you have any questions, please call me at 541-526-6400 x4718.

Food Allergies and Free School Lunches

School lunches look different this year. As we return to Hybrid, please be aware that if your student is accepting the school breakfast or lunch program to remind them that they are prepared bags and there may be items that they should not be eating. If you filled out during registration that your child has an allergy, the school nurse is aware and if their allergy is severe, please consider bringing meals from home. Feel free to call Nurse Kristina at 541-526-6440 ext. 6513 Thank you!
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Attendance Competition

Each week starting this week, we will draw two names from a list of perfect weekly attendance. Those two will receive a $10 gift card. Everyone with perfect attendance, including the two winners, will have their names put into a hat for the big drawing at the end of the trimester March 18th. We will give away one scooter and one skateboard and 5, $25 dollar gift cards. You can do this Huskies!
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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.

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

**Please submit photos to:

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

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.

Hybrid Calendar

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.

Bus Drivers and Monitors Wanted!

If you’re looking for a rewarding career, the Redmond School District might have the right fit for you. In particular, we are seeking bus drivers and bus monitors to join our team. No experience is necessary, and we offer paid training and a $500 bonus when you complete your first 90 days! Join our team:
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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.