Inspired Learning, Leading, Living

#IL3 Newsletter Friday, November 6, 2020

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November 6th Message

A Video Message from Dr. Sally Sugg with Traci Earley, District Health Coordinator

Dr. Sally Sugg is joined by Traci Earley as they discuss the difference between being COVID-19 positive and in isolation and being asked to quarantine. Traci discusses our district numbers and shares the definition of "exposure" based on the CDC. Dr. Sugg and Ms. Earley ask our community to follow the mitigation that schools are following: wear masks, wash hands, use hand sanitizer, and social distance.

Dr. Sugg gives a shout out to the Titans and the Rockets as they face off tonight in a county game. Capacity is limited because the county is in the red.

Sick Days During COVID-19: What to do? Who to contact? When to contact?

Communication with school personnel is of the utmost importance if your child becomes sick or is absent from school for any reason. Please communicate if your child was absent, saw a doctor, and received a diagnosis of COVID - 19 or any other illness. We must have this information to keep everyone learning and safe. If your child was exposed to COVID-19 and you know that you need to quarantine, we can help you with questions regarding quarantine and isolation. If you have questions regarding student health policies or COVID-19 policies, you can reach Traci Earley, District Health Coordinator at or call the North Central Health District at 502.633.1243. We must work together as we continue our efforts to manage COVID-19 in our community in order to keep our schools open with healthy students and staff. Do not send your child to school sick.

Attached is the Governor's Statement of Emergency:

Fishing for Advisory: Casey Page at SCHS

Casey Page at SCHS planned an interesting lesson for his advisory yesterday. He said, “Today I wanted to teach my advisory one of my favorite hobbies. I was hoping to teach them how to fish, but unfortunately we ended up learning more about patience.” #il3
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Shelby County Public Schools

Mission: Preparing wise students who master standards, lead by example, and embrace social responsibility.

Misión: Preparar estudiantes sabios que dominen los estándares, lideren con el ejemplo y adopten la responsabilidad social.

Vision: Inspired Learning, Leading, and Living

Visión: aprendizaje, liderazgo y vida inspirados