EGMS Weekly Update

September 24th

To read this newsletter in another language, please look at the bar to the right that says "translate newsletter" and pick your language.


Para leer este boletín en otro idioma, mire la barra a la derecha que dice "traducir boletín" y elija su idioma.

Upcoming Dates to Remember:

  • Friday, Oct. 8: No School- Statewide Inservice Day
  • Thursday, Oct 21: Parent Conferences
  • Friday, Oct 22: No School- Parent Conferences

Graffiti Wall

Ms. Worona's art class is working creatively to make a graffiti wall. Here is the progress so far. Looks like so much fun!
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Checking Grades

Huskies! We suggest using Canvas to check daily student grades this year. While we do have parentvue, it is only updated once weekly and doesn't always reflect the most up-to-date grade. Parentvue is the best place to go to view your final grades. See our handy dandy chart below.
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Remember...

Masks are required on all school buses. Thank you for your support.

News from Nurse Grubb

September is National Preparedness Month

This month, build or update your emergency kit. Consider the unique needs of everyone in your family; medical, kids, seniors and pets. Include copies or a thumb drive of important documents. For a kit checklist visit: https://www.ready.gov/kit
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Don't forget your water bottle!

EGMS has awesome bottle fill stations. Don't forget your refillable water bottles each day!

2021-2022 EGMS Bell Schedules

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Sports

If you have a student participating in Cross Country, Football or Volleyball this year and have not yet paid their Pay to Play fee, you can call our front office @ 541-526-6440 to make a credit/debit card payment. You can also pay by check or cash. All payments are made through our front office.

Cross Country

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Football

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Volleyball

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Community Resources

CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY RESOURCES

(updated as often as possible; some resources/numbers may not be current)


Mental Health Resources:

Deschutes County Behavioral Health https://www.deschutes.org/

Information and appointments. 541-322-7500


Deschutes County Crisis Line https://www.deschutes.org/

24 hour crisis support. 541-322-7500 ext. #9 or call 9-1-1


Trevor Project https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

Suicide prevention and crisis intervention for LGBTQ+. 866-488-7386 (24 hr)


Oregon Youth Line https://oregonyouthline.org/

Free, confidential teen-to-teen crisis and help line. 877-968-8491

Text: teen2teen @ 839863


Other Resources:


Central Oregon 2-1-1 www.deschutesunitedway.org

Connections to a wide-range of social services. Dial 2-1-1 or 541-389-6507


Thrive Central Oregon www.thrivecentraloregon.org

Housing, financial insecurity and other resources. 541-728-1022 (Se Habla Español)


Bethlehem Inn (24 hrs) www.bethleheminn.org

Emergency shelter and food for adults and families. 541-322-8768


Family Resource Center of Central Oregon www.frconline.org

Parenting education and support services. 541-389-5468


Latino Community Association (LCA) www.latca.org

Translation and interpretation services, employment services, 541-382-4366 (Se Habla Español)

dental and legal clinics.


NeighborImpact www.neighborimpact.org

Resources for food, energy assistance and shelter. 541-548-2380


Jericho Road https://jerichoroadofredmond.org/

Resources for food, shelter and hope. 541-699-2099


Saving Grace https://www.saving-grace.org/

Comprehensive family / domestic violence and sexual assault 541-382-9227

support services. Hotline available.


WIC (Women, Infants, Children) https://www.deschutes.org/health

Nutrition education, breastfeeding support and education, 541-617-4775

referrals and food vouchers for pregnant and postpartum women.