JANUARY 10, 2019


A Few Reminders as we begin this next semester:

Please remember to pull all the way forward when dropping off your child off in the morning.

Please remember to plan and dress for the weather. You may need to leave a few minutes earlier if road conditions are not ideal. In addition, buses may arrive at different times, so please dress for the cold.

Please remember to report absences. The number to call is (208) 854-6110

A Look Ahead

Monday, Jan. 21 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No School.

Wednesday, Jan. 23 boys basketball games start

Thursday, Jan. 31 library closed NEAP testing

Do Work

No matter what anyone says, just show up and do the work.

If they praise you, show up and do the work.

If they criticize you, show up and do the work.

If no one even notices you, show up and do the work.

Just keep showing up, doing the work, and leading the way.

Lead with passion.

Fuel up with optimism.

Have faith.

Power up with love.

Maintain hope.

Be stubborn.

Fight the good fight.

Refuse to give up.

Ignore the critics.

Believe in the impossible.

Show up.

Do the work.

You’ll be glad you did.

True grit leads to true success.

Health Professional OPEN HOUSE

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Dennis Technical Center

Hands On Experiences

Industry Experts

Health Profession Specialists, University

Representatives, Hospitals, Dieticians

District Courses and Programs Information

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Good Habits to Keep You and Others Healthy

Good Habits to Keep You and Others Healthy

A flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting against the flu. Follow these additional tips to stay healthy and keep others healthy this flu season:

  • Wash your hands frequently during the flu season. You may use soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rinse (alcohol rinses are available at all pharmacies and should contain at least 60 percent alcohol). Remember to wash your hands for 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.Viruses are often spread after a person touches something that is contaminated with the virus and then touches his or her eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Cover your mouth or tuck it into your elbow when coughing or sneezing and encourage others to do so. Wash your hands afterward.