Eaton E-News

October 11th, 2021

Dear Eaton Families,

Happy Fall!! We hope you have all had a fun Fall Break! We have missed our Eaton Olympians, and are so happy to be back together again.

Important Upcoming Dates


October 12: PTA Meeting @ 9:00 (Eaton's cafeteria) and 6:30 (Slice of Life in Porters Neck)

October 16th: Courtyard Clean Out Day

October 27th: Papa Murphy's Night (More information to come)

November 5th: Fall Festival (More information to come)


NHCS Year-Round Calendar:

https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1614804284/nhcsk12ncus/cakuhfefow0zvns5vcw3/2021-2022YRRoundDraft2.pdf

Updates from the PTA

Please join us on October 12th for a PTA meeting at 9:00 in the cafeteria. If you are unable to attend, we will also meet on the same day in the evening and 6:30 at Slice of Life in Porters Neck. This meeting will be mainly focused on the Courtyard overhaul and Fall festival.


The Courtyard Clean Out Day will take place on October 16th from 8:00-12:00. Please use this link to sign up:

https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/3570284697257660116/false#/invitation


Papa Murphy's Night will be on October 27th. More information to come!


Save the date for Fall Festival on November 5th at school. More information to come.


Fall Spirit Wear is on sale! Please look for a flyer coming home, or visit the PTA website to purchase online.


Please consider joining the PTA:

https://eatonwilm.memberhub.com/store


Eaton's PTA Website:

https://www.eatonpta.com/

News from Student Support

Please see the attached information below if your family is in need of internet access at home


This website is a great tool to help you and your children understand and navigate internet safety:

https://www.missingkids.org/NetSmartz



Salvation Army Christmas Assistance Program

  • This year the Salvation Army will be doing things a bit early for families who may need Christmas assistance. They would like to give homeless, single working moms, families highly affected by the pandemic and grandparents raising grandchildren priority. The Salvation Army will only be accepting the first 2,500 children into the program, and the program only covers children ages 1-12. The early sign-ups will take place in September before the site goes live in October for everyone in the 5 county area of New Hanover, Pender, Columbus, Bladen and Brunswick. Please let me know if you are a family that wants to receive this assistance!!


Asjah Simpson - School Social Worker

910-397-1544 x71695

News from Nurse Tammy

Vision exams are complete. You should have received a copy of the test results. If you received a referral, please reach out to a provider for verification if there are any vision issues and send the referral note back to Nurse Tammy as soon as you can. Having good vision is vital for student academic achievement.


While on break, if your family or student developed symptoms, exposure to or was diagnosed with Covid-19 PLEASE contact Nurse Tammy by phone 910 397-1544 ( leave a message) or email: tammy.frieberg@nhcs.net

with the following details.

  • Date of symptoms, test or exposure

  • Symptoms ( if applicable)

  • Vaccine status of affected individuals

This information is not only important for keeping our staff and students safe, but we also want to accurately report Covid 19 cases. Covid 19 Symptoms have expanded.

  • Fever or Chills

  • New Cough

  • Shortness of Breath/ difficulty breathing

  • Fatigue

  • Muscle or Body Aches

  • Headache

  • New loss of taste or Smell

  • Sore throat

  • Congestion or Runny nose

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Diarrhea

If anyone in your household has any of these symptoms, seek medical advice ASAP. About ⅓ of all Covid19 cases are in unvaccinated children and can appear as a very mild cold or allergy. New Covid milestones 1 in 8 have had Covid/some even twice) , 1 in 500 have died


We are expecting information soon on Covid vaccines for 5-12

year olds. Stay Tuned!


Covid-19 Dashboard. maintained by the New Hanover County Health Department:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16k0Lv2R_4UyJefs3gnvJEdjDLJCdaVnubfVVTVkoC3k/edit?usp=sharing

Our School's Why:

School Mission:

To create an inclusive culture through modeling and collaboration that challenges student thinking in new and innovative ways.


School Vision:

We are creating a nurturing school community that prepares the whole child to be a problem solver, critical thinker, and empathetic global citizen.


Core Values:

Empowerment, Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Celebration