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Principal Hahn's Weekly Enotes

Principal Hahn's Weekly Parent eNotes
Posted on 03/16/2018
Principal eNotes
eNotes 1/11/19

Dear Parent:

Everyone is settling back after the winter break and ready to finish out the term.  The official end of Term 2 and Semester 1 is January 23rd.   If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your student's teachers to address issues before the end of the term.

Also with the new semester, many students' Related Arts classes will change  Students will receive new schedules in their homeroom and they will also be available on X2.

Stay warm!  

Best, Bill

Calendar:

January 12 – JMS Ski Trip

January 18 & 21 – No School

January 22 – PAC Meeting – 7:00 pm (NOTE CHANGE)  

January 23 – 2nd Term Ends

January 29 - School Council – 3:00pm

January 31 – Grade 6 Concert at WHS – 7:00pm

February 2 – JMS Ski Trip

February 6 – JMS Ping Pong Tourney

February 7-9 – Quebec Trip

February 15 – Spelling Bee

February 15 – Early Release – 11:30 am

February 18-22 – February Break

February 26 – School Council – 3:00 pm

See announcements: Message from the Nurse, JMS Coats for Kids Drive, Basic Rights in Special Education Workshop, WPS Private Music Lesson Registration is now open for the Spring session, Art Room Donations Request

Message from the Nurse, Mrs. Sorrento

Happy New Year!

Did you know?

Your student may purchase breakfast in the school cafeteria? The cost is $1.50. Often students will miss breakfast due to not having enough time, not being hungry that early, or long bus rides. Going without breakfast may result in lethargy, lack of attention in class and headache. Students may visit the cafeteria before homeroom to buy breakfast.

Common Concerns in the JMS Health Office

We have had many students reporting transient nausea accompanied by headache, stomach virus (diarrhea and/or vomiting), cold symptoms, and FLU.  If you student has been diagnosed with flu please report to the JMS Health office as we keep track of this information.

From the Student Handbook

Illness - Children who are ill with a temperature over 100, or who have diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, undiagnosed rashes, uncontrolled coughing, impetigo, or conjunctivitis should remain at home. If your child is ill with a fever they must be "Fever Free" for 24 hours WITHOUT the use of TYLENOL, MOTRIN, or any other fever reducing medication before they can return to school.

AS ALWAYS: If your child is going to be absent or is going to be late

PLEASE REMEMBER TO CALL THE SCHOOL if your child is going to be out sick or late. We must call home for every student that has not been called in. Due to the time of the year, health office visits are on the rise, we would prefer to attend to the students coming into the health office than to have to call home to check on absences.  We appreciate your assistance.

If you have questions about the JMS health office, or if your child has health concerns, please feel free to contact me at 508-660-7242, option 2; or ssorrento@walpole.k12.ma.us.  

Thank you!

Susan Sorrento, BSN, RN, BA

JMS Nurse

JMS Coats for Kids Drive 2019

Thank you to all families for donating coats for those in need. We collected over 50 coats, which is awesome! 

We truly appreciate your assistance in this drive. 

Thank you! 
JMS Student Council 

Basic Rights in Special Education Workshop

Walpole Special Education PAC is hosting a Basic Rights in Special Education Workshop on January 16th from 6:30-8:30pm at Walpole Town Hall, Room 112.  Please see attached flyer for more information.

WPS Private Music Lesson Registration is now open for the Spring session.   

Lessons begin the week of January 22nd. Program information and registration is available online at WPS Private Lesson Program.  For additional information, reach out to Ken Gable, Private Lesson Coordinator, at kgable@walpole.k12.ma.us.

Art Room Donations Request

If you have old wrapping paper, wallpaper rolls, ribbon, fabric, yarn, and decorative bags from shopping.   These items are great for collaging!

The Art room still needs catalogs, newspapers, magazines, yarn, and anything you think students could use for collages and masks. 

Thank you for your support and donations!