Ebinport Elementary: Eagle Eye News
April 5, 2021
April 5 - April 9: Spring Break
April 13: PTO Meeting
April 15: Kona Ice
April 19: End of the Third 9 Weeks
April 27: SIC Meeting
April 27: Spirit Night at Cici's Pizza for PreK - 2nd
April 29: Spirit Night at Cici's Pizza for 3rd - 5th
May 28: District Closed - NO SCHOOL
May 31: Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL
June 22: Half Day - Last Day of School
June 23: Teacher Work Day
Eagle's Nest Newsletter - April 2021
We would greatly appreciate it if you could look for any Ebinport books (lost or overdue library books, books sent home last spring during virtual learning, books borrowed from classrooms and not returned, etc.) and return them to school. When COVID first hit last spring, we continued to send books home and many have not been returned. Please take a few minutes and look in drawers, under beds, in the backseats of cars (they turn up in so many places!) for any Ebinport books. This does not include the library books or guided reading books that students currently have checked out. Thank you so, so much for helping us get these books back!
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Help Us Build A Sensory Garden at Ebinport!
Here's a great opportunity to help our Ebinport kids and staff have some learning fun and better cope with the ongoing stress of the COVID-19 pandemic at the same time!
Help us "populate" our new Ebinport SENSORY GARDEN by donating items or providing funding support -- it is as easy as looking over the SignUp Genius list that the Ebinport SIC and PTO have created!
Donated items should be dropped off at the school. Look for the poster sign located outside the back gate near the cafeteria. Then, please email Principal Kelsey and Dave Keely that day to let them know you have left a donation for the Sensory Garden.
Volunteers will be "constructing" the new garden area during March, so stay tuned and let Principal Kelsey and Dave Keely know if you would like to help with that as well!
Social-Emotional Parenting Series
During the past 12 months, we have been faced with unprecedented changes to our way of life. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every fiber of our daily routine. Many schools and communities are grappling with how to help students as well as parents cope and deal with what many are calling a pandemic on two separate fronts. All sessions are free and will be hosted by Dr. James Lee with Global Health Psychiatry, LLC. Please use the link in the flyer to register. A ZOOM link will be emailed to you, so you can join the discussion.
Durante los últimos 12 meses, nos hemos enfrentados a cambios sin precedentes en nuestra forma de vida. La pandemia de COVID-19 ha afectado cada fibra de nuestra rutina diaria. Muchas escuelas y comunidades están lidiando en cómo ayudar a los estudiantes y a los padres a enfrentar y lidiar con lo que muchos llaman una pandemia con dos frentes separados. Todas las sesiones son gratuitas y serán organizadas por el Dr. James Lee de la Psiquiatría de Salud Global, LLC. Regístrese a continuación para recibir el enlace ZOOM y únase a la discusión.
DATES/FECHAS: 1st Monday of each Month @ 7:00pm
(November 2, December 7, January 4, February 1, March 1, March 29, May 3, June 7)
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Please contact an administrator or the school nurse (Rhonda Cranford, RN, direct line:803-981-1564) if your student tests positive for Covid-19 or is in close contact with a person who has tested positive.
Communication this school year is key in the prevention and spread of the Covid-19 virus.
What does it mean to be a close contact of someone with COVID-19?
Close contact is defined as being within 6 feet of someone who tested positive for COVID-19 for at least several minutes (usually about 15 minutes). The virus is spread primarily from person to person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. It may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth or nose. That is why it is so important to wash your hands often and clean frequently touched surfaces at least daily.
Please click here for parent help sessions that you can access to assist your child with using these programs.
Click here for required information to secure your child's device for this year. This presentation and information is in English and Spanish.
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Many questions about plans and procedures - especially regarding COVID - can be found here.