Montgomery Elementary News

February 7 (For the School Week of Feb. 10- Feb. 14)

Contact Us

Dr. Amy Debelak, Principal

Ms. Sally Ganz, Asst. Principal


Office 686-1730

Absence Line 686-1736

FAX 792-6131

School Nurse 686-1733

Cafeteria 686-1735

Transportation 686-1785

Positive Character Trait Word for the Week of February 10

TRUSTWORTHINESS – A trustworthy person keeps promises, tells the truth, and will not hurt anyone with unkind actions or words.


TRUSTWORTHINESS means being reliable.


Specials Schedule for the week of February 10

Monday, Feb. 10 - B Day

Tuesday, Feb. 11 - C Day

Wednesday, Feb. 12 D - Day

Thursday, Feb. 13 - A Day

Friday, Feb. 14 - B Day

NEWS FROM OUR NURSE

While it is impossible to avoid germs, it is possible to reduce their spread by practicing good health habits at home and school. Remind your child to:


Wash hands frequently with soap and water for 15 – 20 seconds. This is particularly important after toileting, before eating, and after coughing or sneezing.

Properly use and dispose of tissues after coughing or sneezing. If no tissue is available,

teach your child to sneeze or cough into their sleeve.”


Avoid sharing food or drinks.

Avoid touching mouth, nose, and eyes.

Avoid close contact with people who are ill.


If your child becomes ill, please remember to keep your child home until they have a normal temperature without medication and/or have not vomited for at least 24 hours. For the flu, children should remain home until symptoms are gone and free of a fever for a full 24 hours. Please realize that your child is contagious to the entire class if they come back too soon and more likely to pick up a secondary infection. Additional information can be found on the district website under Health Services regarding general guidelines for keeping your child home from school due to an illness.


Thank you and best wishes for a happy and healthy school year.


Susan Linton, MSN, RN, NCSN

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VOLUNTEERS

Have you ever wanted to get involved with our PTO? Now is your chance!


We have a variety of opportunities that are diverse and can fit your needs and calendar!


Our PTO is responsible for a variety of fun activities that help our school and kids – you won’t regret it!

OPEN POSITIONS

Co-1st VPs

2nd VP

Carnival Games

Carnival Basket Raffle

Carnival Tickets

Boosterthon co-chair

4th Grade Graduation

Carnival Volunteer Coordinator

On Monday, February 10, the Make a Difference Committee is sponsoring an after-school service activity from 3:45-4:30 on the stage. Students will assemble Travel bags for residents of the Ronald McDonald House. They will also be making Valentines to distribute to both the residents of the Ronald McDonald House and also for residents of a local nursing home. This is a fun and easy way for your child to give back to the community! Please register your child here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094DAEAD2CA1FE3-afterschool5


Also please send a note to school on Monday, letting them know that your child is participating & will not be riding the bus home that day.


Any questions, please email Sara Bruns at sm_bruns@yahoo.com


Save the Date:


International Night will be held on Friday, March 27, 2020 from 6:30-8pm. This will be an evening to celebrate the diversity of cultures represented in our student population. The event will consist of cultural booths, food booth, performances, and more. A sign up link to participate will be included in January’s newsletter.

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