Friday, January 13, 2017

Weekly Memo

MEMORIAL SCHOOL NEWS
January 13,2017
(Memorialprincipal.blogspot.com)
Main Office 781-270-1721    Nurse 781-270-1724   Absentee Line 781-273-7649


IMPORTANT DATES
Jan 16th - No School Martin Luther King
Jan 17th- 4-5 Graders Bruin Visit
Jan 19th-3rd Grade Field Trip
Jan 23rd-K report cards



IT”S COLD OUTSIDE

Inclement weather, per the Memorial School Handbook, “On most days except on days of inclement weather or when the temperature is below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, students go outside to play to enjoy the outdoors.  If there is medical documentation that your child  cannot go out on cold days, a note from the pediatrician is necessary in order for your child to remain indoors.  If your child is well enough to come to school, they are well enough to go outside during recess.  It is very important that students come to school with proper outdoor attire, such as jackets, hats, and gloves in order for them to be safe and comfortable during recess.” Wind chill factor will also be considered when determining indoor/outdoor recess.



Main Lunch Menu Choices
Monday

NO SCHOOL


Tuesday

Chicken Quesadilla



Alt: Hot Dog
Wednesday

Grilled Cheese
Tomato Soup


Alt: Turkey &Cheese
Thursday

Ultimate Nachos


Alt: Ham & Cheese Croissant
Friday

Homemade Pizza









Winter weather tip from the Nurse: Hydration! Plenty of water is just as important in the winter as it is in the summer. Cold air, indoor heating systems, and warmer baths/showers can all contribute to dry skin, nose and lips in the winter. So have your children keep up with the fluids in the winter too! Chapstick will also help keep lips moisturized.


FROM THE NURSE:
There have been a few cases of lice in the Burlington Public schools.  The following are some proactive  steps parents can take:
  • Parents should check their children's heads at least once a week for active lice/ nits (eggs).
  • Remind your children to avoid sharing personal items (i.e., combs, brushes, hats, helmets, hair accessories) and head-to-head contact i.e hugging other children.
  • Teach children to tuck hats in the pockets or sleeves of their outerwear. .
  • Keep long hair pulled up.
  • Keep personal items the child sleeps with, (i.e stuffed animals, blankets) at home.


Classroom teachers, and staff from the after school programs reinforce these measures.


As an alternative to traditional chemical treatments, there are several professional lice removal companies that exist. An internet search will provide the companies in the area. Burlington Public Schools does not endorse any particular company or product.


Links to helpful information on Head Lice:


We would appreciate all communication about any cases of lice.  If your child has lice, or has recently been treated for lice, please notify the school nurse. All children who are diagnosed with lice must be checked by the school nurse before re-admission to school.  An adult must accompany the students to the nurse's office the morning of return.  Thank You.



Is fitness part of your New Year's Resolution?
Achieve your goals by training for Kick in for Kids and supporting the Jamie McKeown Boys & Girls Club!

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Save the Date!
Sunday, May 7, 2017
10:15 a.m. - Health Walk
11:00 a.m. - Road Race
Professionally timed!  Tek shirt for the first 300 registered participants.  DJ, food, cold refreshments and more at the after party.  Just $30 when you pre-register.  100% of proceeds benefit the health and wellness programs offered at the James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn.

Or, download our runner/walker application & mail it in with a check.