October Updates

Kate Laroche BSN, SNT, RN

Halloween Guidelines

Happy Halloween! At this time RI is able to partake in Halloween :)


* Per Gov. Raimondo - Trick or treating is recommended to happen earlier in the day or early evenings*


A few tips and guidelines


---> Keep your group as small as possible. Limit gatherings to no more than 15 people and stick with the same 15 people.


---> Use hand sanitizer frequently


---> Take it outside whenever possible


Remember the three Ws!


Wear a mask that’s at least two layers thick and fits snugly but comfortably over your nose, mouth, and chin without any gaps.


Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Or carry and use hand sanitizer that’s at least 60% alcohol.


Watch your distance by staying at least six feet apart from others


*****Stay home and do not hand out candy if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 . Keep your lights off so people know not to come to your door.****


CDC and RI DOH Guidelines links are posted below

Trick-or-treating tips:

*** Leave individually wrapped goodie bags lined up at least six feet from your door for kids to grab and go.


*** Do not hand out candy from a bowl.


*** Go trick-or-treating with your children to make sure they do it safely

Fun Options for Halloween :

---> Decorate and carve pumpkins


---> Decorate your home for Halloween.


---> Carve pumpkins with members of your household or outside with neighbors or friends.


---> Walk from house to house, admiring Halloween decorations at a distance.


---> Visit an orchard, forest, or corn maze.


---> Create or Attend a scavenger hunt.


---> Go on an outdoor Halloween-themed scavenger hunt.


---> Visit a pumpkin patch or orchard.


---> Go to a one-way, walk-through haunted forest or corn maze


---> Hide Halloween treats in and around your house.


---> Hold a Halloween treat hunt with household members.


---> Hold an outdoor costume parade or contest so everyone can show off their costumes.


---> Host an outdoor Halloween movie night with friends or neighbors or an indoor movie night with your household members.

Updates

LINCOLN SCHOOLS FLU SHOT CLINIC INFORMATION:


11/10/2020: 4:00-6:30 at the Lincoln Middle School (Cafeteria). Flyer and Link to sign up posted below


----> Yearly Screenings for hearing, dental and vision are still TBD. I will update accordingly

----> Please keep an eye out for Chartwell Food Service Allergy Forms. They will be sent home with kids next week. Please fill it out and return to school. If you are transitioning from full virtual to in person please reach out to me regarding this form


*** I have also attached the Chartwell Food Allergy Link Below***

Flu Clinic

Tuesday, Nov. 10th, 4-6:30pm

152 Jenckes Hill Road

Lincoln, RI

School Cafeteria


https://health.ri.gov/flu/

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Breast Cancer and Spirt Week Updates

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Lonsdale will be having PINK OUT WEEK the week of October 27th! Every day that week, we encourage both our students and staff to wear PINK! We have created our own awesome pink shirt available to purchase! A portion of all-pink shirt sales will be donated in support of breast cancer research. The store will be open until October 21st!!

  • Spirit Wear is available again at our online store!

  • Spirit Week Activities: Popsicles will be sold during Recess for $1.00
    Tuesday, October 27: Pink Sock Day
    Wednesday, October 28: Pink Hair Day
    Thursday: October 29: PINK OUT DAY-
    Friday: October 30: Lonsdale Pink T-Shirt Day

Please see Mrs. Goho newsletter for Lonsdale Store Link

All proceeds will be donated to the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation.

Please reach out with any questions or concerns


Nurse Kate


larochek@lincolnps.org or 475-1186

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