The Taylor Road Messenger
Monday, March 25, 2019
Mark Your Calendar! Upcoming Events
April 12: Meet Me at the Bell Pep Rally, Tiger Plaza, 8:00 AM
April 12: Hoops for Hope during all connections classes
April 15: Milestones - 8th Grade - ELA 1
April 16: Flipped Schedule
April 16: Milestones - 8th Grade - ELA 2
April 16: No Homework Night
April 17: Milestones - 8th Grade - ELA 3
April 17: PTA Meeting, Room 919, 6:00 PM
April 18: Flipped Schedule
April 18: Milestones - 8th Grade - Math 1
April 19: Milestones - 8th Grade - Math 2
April 20: Family Pet Walk
April 22: Milestones - 8th Grade - Science
April 22: Talent Show Auditions, Room 505, 4:05 PM
April 23: Flipped Schedule
April 23: Milestones - 8th Grade - Social Studies
April 23: Talent Show Auditions, Room 505, 4:05 PM
April 24: Talent Show Auditions, Room 505, 4:05 PM
April 24: Milestones - 9th Grade Literature EOC - ELA 1 (Writing)
April 25: Milestones - 9th Grade Literature EOC - ELA 2 & 3
April 25: 7th Grade Trip - Half of 7th grade goes today
April 26: 7th Grade Trip - Half of 7th grade goes today
Check out this week's Etc.
LINK to TRMS Supplemental Newsletter with information about activities and opportunities for students.
Please submit information for this newsletter by the Friday before the week in which you want it to appear.
TRMS Students Participate in Chattahoochee HS Color Guard Group
April Media Center Volunteer Sign Up
Please help out in the media center if you can!
Georgia Milestones Study Guides & Information
Seasonal Allergies and Pollen:
Pollen season is upon us and for any newcomers to the area, get ready for sneezes and itchy eyes! Pollen counts tend to be highest early in the morning on warm, dry, breezy days and lowest during chilly, wet times. Students that come to the clinic with the below symptoms will be asked to wash their hands and face to remove any possible pollens:
• Itchy nose
• Runny nose
• Watery eyes
• Itchy/Red Eyes
If a student is sensitive to pollen and seasonal allergies, a daily antihistamine may work well to relieve these symptoms. Allergy eye drops can be kept here at school for use but all Over the Counter medications need a SHS-1 Form filled out by guardian and on file in the clinic.
Students WILL NOT be allowed to stay indoors at recess due to a high pollen count. We would need a doctor’s note to do this on a routine basis. The note must include a start date, specifics of which days (i.e., when pollen count is above a specific number, etc.), and an end date.
Most patients can get relief from nasal allergy symptoms by making the following changes in and around their home:
✿ Keep the windows closed and run the air conditioner during allergy season
✿ Use an air purifier with a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter in your bedroom
✿ Change your clothes and wash your hands after coming home on a high-pollen day
✿Take a shower and wash your hair before going to bed
✿ Clean and dust your home regularly and use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter
Many of the symptoms you see with allergies can also be indicative of the common cold. Symptoms that last for more than seven to 10 days are probably allergy related, colds rarely last more than a week. Fever and body aches are NOT indicative of nasal allergies; please contact your physician for further advice if noticed.
Taylor Road Middle School
Have a healthy day!
Did you know?
From the Clinic
If your child is bringing medication to school, please complete the proper form.
Authorization for Medication, click here.
Authorization for Carrying Medication, click here.
When your student is absent, please send in a written note upon their return to school. Notes should be delivered to the front office.
BE INFORMED. BE ACTIVE!
Find out more about TRMS PTA on our website,
Click on the link to purchase your membership:
Email Nikki Webber, PTA President, at firstname.lastname@example.org