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Just a few things before the week of finals...Dec. 15, 2017

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Caring Adults,

Our school district has documented cases of influenza A and B. Initially, influenza may seem like a common cold with a runny nose, sneezing, and sore throat. However, colds usually develop slowly, whereas influenza tends to come on suddenly.


Common signs and symptoms of influenza include:

  • Fever over 100.4 F (38 C)
  • Aching muscles, especially in your back, arms, and legs

  • Chills and sweats

  • Headache

  • Dry, persistent cough

  • Fatigue and weakness

  • Nasal congestion

  • Sore throat


Please watch your child for any of the above symptoms. Keep in mind that among children, ear pain, nausea, and vomiting are also commonly reported with the influenza illness.


Unfortunately influenza is very contagious. We are doing our best to prevent the spread, but you can also help by keeping your child at home if he/she is sick. If your child is diagnosed with influenza, please notify the nursing department via e-mail so we are able to track the illness.


Julia Harrison, RN

E-Mail: jharrison@blairoaks.org

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TEACHERS' FAVORITE THINGS!

Parents have asked what to get teachers for Christmas gifts or just a treat during the year. We put together this list to give you a little help!


Teachers' favorite things...

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FINAL'S SCHEDULE

Final Exams will occur on December 18-20, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, of next week. Exams will be given as outlined below.


Monday: Period 7 Final

Tuesday: Period 1,3,5 Finals

Wednesday: Period 2,4,6 Finals

Reward Day

As an incentive for doing their best during spring testing and semester exams, student will be rewarded with a movie day on Thursday, December 21st. Following is a link to the permission slip that was sent home with students. The form requires parent signature and should be returned to 1st period teachers before Friday, December 15th.


Movie Field Trip Permission Form


This is a regular school day; any absences will be unexcused.

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