Happy Valentine's Day from all of our little love bugs! Check out more photos from our Valentine's Day parties!
Our students will be celebrating Valentine's Day this Wednesday with classroom parties and a valentine exchange. If you haven't done so already, check outside of your child's classroom for a party sign-up list.
We have experienced a lot of illness this school year and would like to take this opportunity to remind parents of the Future Scholars' Sickness Policy, which you read and agreed to adhere to upon enrollment. The policy can found in your Parent Handbook or in the Policies section of our website.
In addition to the Sickness Policy, please read the information below as a quick way to decide whether or not your child should be excluded from school and stay home. The only way we can keep our students and staff members healthy is to keep those who are sick home.
When to Keep Children at Home
There are three reasons to keep sick children at home:
Children with the following symptoms or illness should be kept (excluded) from school:
What can I do to help prevent the spread of contagious diseases in my home?
The ONLY medication the school can administer is medication prescribed by a physician. Permission forms, signed by the parent and physician, giving school personnel permission to administer medications to students may be obtained from the front office. The form and the medication (in the original container, properly labeled) is to remain in the front office until the medication is depleted or discontinued by the physician.
Thank you for your cooperation and willingness to help keep our students, families, and staff healthy!
Today we celebrated our 100th day of school! Our students celebrated in a variety of ways, including special class projects, 100-themed activities, and ice cream parties! Check out more photos of this 100th Day of School!