Use the link below to learn how to help slow the spread!
Please visit this attached link for all your questions about fabric masks and how to properly use them per the CDC guildlines.
This link also includes how to make your own YAY! https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html
Use this link to see three important tips to reducing a fever at home if you do not have access to fever reducing medication.
February was proclaimed heart health awareness month! Here are some tips on how to keep your heart healthy!
1. Try using spices instead of salt
2. At LEAST 60 minutes of physical activity each day
3. Control blood sugar and blood pressure
4. Eat fruits and veggies
6. Maintain a healthy weight
1 in every 4 deaths in the U.S are due to Heart Disease
Parents/Guardians I would like to kindly remind you that students must be fever, vomit and diarrhea free without medication for 24 hours before returning to school. Although your student may be feeling better the next day they are often still contagious and also run the risk of having a relapse; and then you'll be getting that dreaded "please come pick up your child" phone call. I understand this policy effects your work schedule, however I hope you can understand this policy has been set in place to ensure the health and safety of all students.
Mayo Clinic recommends that students get 9-11 hours of sleep each night. When students get enough sleep they are in a better mood, they have less stomach aches, and over all just feel better throughout the day. Try to make it a routine so each night they go to bed at the same time and wake up in the morning at the same time.
Exciting news right?! Well as much as no one likes to hear about lice, as with everything prevention is the best medicine. Kg-5th grade students will be given a head lice pamphlet to take home with not only valuable information but coupons in it as well.
I am always more than willing to send home more information via your students, email or if you want to stop in. Please know its always our efforts to keep on top of lice and we do follow the head lice guidelines of the CDC, Minnesota Dept of Education and the Minnesota Nurses Association.