EGMS Weekly Update
- February 8th is the start of our next 3-week rotation of periods 0-1-3-5. It is represented as GOLD in our calendar.
- February 8th will also be the first day of new classes for the 81 students who opted to move to Full Time Online or vice versa.
- **Just a reminder: we have a 9:00am start time for ALL classes UNTIL we come back on Feb. 22nd
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: Elle Myers Oliver Coronodo
7th graders: Logan Fee Elisa Hodges
8th grade: Jade Ewert Luke Lundergren
Prizes are coming your way! McDonalds combo meal, 7-Eleven Slurpee, Husky sticker and a Dutch Bro sticker!
Great job huskies!
EGMS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
From Nurse Grubb's Desk
School Exclusion Day is coming
Keeping schools and the community safe and healthy
February 17, 2021 is School Exclusion Day, and the Oregon Immunization Program is reminding parents that children will not be able to attend school starting that day if their records on file show missing immunizations. Under state law, all children in public and private schools must have up-to-date documentation on their immunizations or have a medical or non-medical exemption (link is external) to stay enrolled.
If you do not meet state immunization requirements, you will receive a letter stating that your children must be immunized or will not be admitted to school starting on the school exclusion date. IMPORTANT: Your child will NOT be excluded if they are Full-Time Online.
Parents seeking immunizations for their children should contact their health care provider or local health department, or call 211Info — just dial 211 or go to 211info.org. No one can be turned away from a local health department because of the inability to pay for required vaccines. Many pharmacists can immunize children age 7 and older; contact your neighborhood pharmacy for details.
Additional information on school immunizations can be found at the Immunization Program website.
Great Ways to Cope With Change
When should you keep your student home due to COVID-19 exposure/symptoms?
EGMS Bell Schedules
Good Day! My name is Jennifer Wachs, and I am the EGMS Yearbook coordinator for the 2020-2021 school year. I am looking for pictures of your students from earlier (or currently) this school year, starting in September of 2020. Themes that I would love: Sports/Outdoor activities, Online learning/work area, extra curricular (Choir, Spanish, Band, Art, Etc.), Friends, a single pet picture, or any other picture you think is fun and exciting. The picture must include name of student(s), and grade levels, so I can label that information in the Yearbook. Please send pictures to:
Thank you so much!
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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.
8th Grade Only
I am writing this email to let you know about a fun opportunity for you to acknowledge your 8th Grader in the Yearbook.
You may send in a picture 4" x 6" or smaller, of your 8th grader as a baby or toddler. Pictures may be submitted digitally, by old school snail mail, or you may send an envelope to the school with your 8th Grader. Please include the picture (unless you submitted it digitally with the child's name), money, and written words of wisdom/love/support, that is two to three sentences in length. These will appear in it's own special place in the yearbook. Cost: $20 for submission. Make checks payable to: EGMS. Thank you!!
Snail Mail Address:
Elton Gregory Middle School
1220 NW Upas Ave
Redmond, OR 97756
Here is an example of my daughter's submission, way back in 2017!