• Tips and Reminders for Being Healthy at School

    • Potty Accidents: Kinder and first grades, if your student still has potty issues, please keep extra clothing in your child's backpack in case of an accident.
    • Not Spreading Germs: Teach students it is important to cover all coughs and sneezes with elbows, rather than hands. 
    • Staying Healthy: Always wash hands after using the restroom and before eating. 
    • Sick Days: Diarrhea, fevers, and persistent coughs are all reasons to keep students home, if symptoms persist consider a doctor's visit.
    • Ready to Learn: Students should come to school rested and ready to learn.  Children need lots of sleep and should go to bed between 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (considering age).
    • Having Engery:  Make certain students eat a healthy breakfast and bring a good, healthy snack for recess. Learning takes lots of energy!
    • Returning After Illness:  Students should be fever free for 24 hours, with no medication, before returning to school.
    • Injuries:  If a student needs a medical intervention (cast or crutches), please send a doctor's note to the health office before the student returns to school.

    Students learn better when they are healthy!  Please take students to regular doctor, eye exams, and dental visits.