"Bee" in the Know
Martha B. Day Update 2/28/22
Colder weather means warmer layers
We try to get the students out daily as long as the temperature is at or above 32 degrees. So please dress your child in mittens, hats, scarves, and jackets daily. Please make sure to label all items so if misplaced we can get them reunited with their owners as quickly as possible.
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The Hive's Health Hints
- Winter is lingering, please send your child with appropriate clothing to be outside, as long as it is not raining/snowing and above 32 degrees we try to get the children outside at some point during their day.
- If your child is sick and you or your doctor would like a COVID test done, the school requires that you report the results of the COVID test to the nurse by sending a picture of the results via email. We now accept rapid and PCR tests. Your child can return to school when a negative test result is received in the nurse's office and your child’s symptoms have improved in the past 24 hours. See our website for other COVID guidance.
- Please have a change of clothes in your child's backpack in case of an accident, in the bathroom, or at lunch!! Spills happen. We have a limited supply of clothes in the nurse's office to give to children. Please remember to replace the clothing once it has been used.
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Martha B. Day Elementary School
Martha B. Day Elementary School is a school that embraces excellence for all its students. This 130+ student school houses grades Pre-K to grade one. Everyone in our school is a part of this community of learners. We recognize and honor our students' cultural diversity as well as their individual talents and abilities.