Warren Weekly News 2/6/2020

Warren Weekly News 2/6/2020
Posted on 02/06/2020
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Hello Warren Families,

It’s Mrs. Wright & Ms. Macleod!  We just want to remind you all that our Kids Heart Challenge event is happening next week during PE classes. As we have talked about, we want every student to live a heart-healthy lifestyle, and that can start by taking one of the American Heart Association’s Heart Challenges!!

Please click below on the Kids Heart Challenge link to get started.  We challenge YOU to sign up online today.  It’s fun and easy, and just for registering, you receive a free Heart Hero wristband!!  We look forward to seeing you all next week at our big event and don’t forget, you all can be HEART HEROES!! 

Click here: 

Warren Webpage

With heart,

Mrs. Wright & Ms. Macleod



Register Now

Regional School District No. 6 is currently conducting prekindergarten/kindergarten registration for the 2020-2021 school year. Children must be 5 years of age on or before December 31st of this year to be eligible for kindergarten enrollment this fall. Children must be 3 years of age on or before December 31st of this year and potty trained to be eligible for prekindergarten this fall. Please call the appropriate school office listed below for information or to request a registration packet.

Susan Cupo @ Warren School - 860-868-2223 

Maria Palheiredo @ James Morris School - 860-567-7420 

Sherri Contadini @ Goshen Center School - 860-491-6020


School Nurse

A Message from the School Nurse

Dear Families,

Flu season is among us. To prevent widespread flu in the school, we recommend that your child stay home from school if experiencing any flu symptoms. Flu symptoms often occur suddenly where cold symptoms are more gradual. 

Please keep in mind the guidelines below when deciding if your child should come to school.  Any child with the following symptoms should stay home:

-A fever of 100.5 degrees or higher.  A child should not come back to school until the temperature is normal for 24 hours without medication.

-vomiting or diarrhea

-a frequent cough

-any rash accompanied by a fever

-ear pain and/or eye drainage

-sore throat with a fever and/or rash

Here are some TIPS to remember throughout this winter season:

WASH, WASH, WASH YOUR HANDS!  This is still the best defense against illness.  Encourage your children to wash, especially before meals, using soap and warm water.  To ensure they are taking enough time to adequately kill germs, have them sing the ABC song while scrubbing.

Get plenty of rest.  School-age children should get 9-11 hours of sleep each night.  Grownups should try to get 8 hours.

Drink lots of fluids and eat a balanced diet - especially breakfast!  

Dress appropriately for cold weather.  Please help your child choose warm, comfortable clothing for school each day, including socks.  Make sure they are wearing a coat, a hat and gloves. Even in cool weather they still need exercise and fresh air and will continue outdoor recess when appropriate.

Please call if you have any questions or would like to discuss your child's illness.  Have a safe and HEALTHY winter!

Thank you,

Michele Ferrer RN

Warren School Nurse


Historical Society

 

Mark Your Calendar

2/10 BOE Meeting 7:00 PM Wamogo Library Media Center
2/13 FOWS Meeting 6:00 PM
2/17 No School - President's Day
2/18 No School - Teacher Professional Development Day
2/20 Middle School Implementation Plan Parent Meetings with Chris Leone - Warren School - 9 AM & 6 PM
2/28 Warren FNO @ Warren Community Center 6:30-8:30 PM
3/2 Town Tour - Budget Presentation with Chris Leone - Warren School - 6 PM

For a full listing of school and district events, click here
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