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El Magueyal Day
Our monthly Eagles' Nest meeting will be Friday, March 24th. Please have your child to school by 7:50 a.m. on this day. We appreciate your support in arriving early!
In January we started having NES “Eagles’ Nest” group meetings. What is an Eagles’ Nest group? We feel it is very important for all students to feel connected to others throughout the building, which includes teachers and older/younger students. Each student has been assigned to an adult within the building to meet with once a month. Their small group will meet and discuss social skills as well as getting to know each other in order to build confidence, connections with others, and develop common social skills. These Eagles’ Nests groups are designed to help develop positive relationships throughout the building. In January, students met the members in their Eagles’ Nest group and discussed 20 Things You Should Say More Often by Kid President. These items are very powerful! On the days we have Eagles’ Nest meetings, we ask you to make every effort to get your student to school by 7:50 in order to help your child get to their group on time. Ask your child who their Eagles’ Nest leader is and what they discussed today.
We held our second Eagle’s nest meeting on February 24th and it was great!! Ask your child about the advice Kid President gave for making new friends. The general idea was to embrace each other’s differences. Hopefully your child can name at least one new friend they have made in their nest group.
Conferences are scheduled for Monday, January 23rd form 3:30-6 pm. Teachers have sent requests home with students. If you did not received a request for a conference, but would like to have one, please contact your child's teacher. A conference can be scheduled for anytime if you cannot make it on Monday.
Order forms have been sent home. Please return no later than Monday, January 30th.
For $2 each, you can order cupcakes & carnations to be sent to friends/teachers around the building.
**Order forms have been uploaded to Peachjar if you need additional forms.**
Thank you for your support of this fundraiser!
A BIG Thank You to Cumberland Trucks for their recent book donation to help provide books for our Summer Reading Program : )
The Calendar Committee Wants Your Input!
The Putnam County School System is currently working on establishing school calendars for the 2017-2018, 2018-2019, and 2019-2020 school years. The PCSS Calendar Committee would like your input.
Please complete the School Calendar Survey by.
Through our partnership with Well Child, our school district is trying to bring health care to all schools. Well Child has performed preventative health exams in schools for over 15 years and has helped parents identify many hidden health issues that needed medical attention.
At the start of each school year, we send home Well Child packets that include consent forms for 2 types of exams: A physical health exam done by a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner and a comprehensive vision exam done by a board Certified Optometrist. Well Child is committed to improving the health of children and tens of thousands of parents have taken advantage of these services. Well Child is able to bill the following insurance carriers for services they provide: United Health Care Community Plan, Tenn-Care Select, Blue Care, CoverKids, Amerigroup, Blue Cross commercial, United Health Care commercial, Cigna, Aetna, Tricare, Humana, Pittman & Associates, Golden Rule, Keystone West, CoreSource, Fiserve, Blockvision, Marchvision and Spectra. These services are at no cost to you, to the school or the district.
You will be made aware of all findings & given information about any recommendation for your child to have further health evaluation.
Please return your application for this service as soon as possible. You can inquire in the front office if you need a consent form.
Click the link below to download and print.