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    • Students and family members can join the Kings Creek School Group Page (search under "groups") to view updated and real-time pictures, videos, and important information.
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  • It's very important to wash your hands often.

    Our students are learning all about safe practices

    to avoid getting sick during health classes

    and our teachers are reinforcing these practices in all classes.

    You can help!

     

    Parents can help us by helping your child to remember:

    • Wash your hands properly and wash them often!

    • Try to keep out of other people's space (if you can touch them, you are too close!)

    • Sneeze and cough into your elbow.

    • Don't share food or drinks.

     

    Parents can help us avoid the spread of disease by remembering:

    • Students must be fever-free for at least 24 hours before returning to school.  If a child is taking Tylenol/Ibuprofen or any other fever-reducing medication, then do not count that time as they must be fever-free without the help of medication.  It doesn't matter if a student has started an antibiotic or not, count off at least 24 hours since their temperature returned to NORMAL before returning to school.

    • Students must not have any vomiting or diarrhea for at least 24 hours before returning to school.

     

    If we all work together, we CAN keep our precious children HEALTHY!

     

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    Hum or sing the "Happy Birthday" song two times!


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    Give it to KCS Band!  We would like to have "house instruments" for our students to use when they can't afford one of their own.  Did you play flute in high school, but now don't play at all?  Did Great Aunt Gertrude play the French Horn back in the day, but still has it in her closet, even though she hasn't played in 50 years?  Give these instruments chance at a new life in the hands of our students!  Contact Mark Crump (mcrump@caldwellschools.com) if you have something for us! 


     

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