Updated 6/3/22

All DIGITAL RESOURCES on ONE PAGE (get user name from PGLIBRARY)

315-434-3074 (LIBRARY)

PD Days: Just to keep you in the loop, here’s where we’re at:

  • June 24: Shortened day (K-8 only)


Enjoy magazines

56 MAGAZINES from SORA!

  1. Click link (connect to O2CMBOCES/ESM and your GOOGLE acct)

  2. Scroll down for MAGAZINES

  3. Have your student LOG IN with GOOGLE

Adults, kids, teens--check them out!

8-17-2020 BOE Approved Adjustment #2 to 2020-2021 Calendar .pdf

BOE Approves 22-23 Calendar: In case you missed this last time…The ESM 2022-2023 District Calendar was approved by the Board of Education on March 14. It's not written in stone...if you must print it, plan to occasionally check the online calendar as changes do occur during the school year. PDF Version (link)

2021 Veteran Day Celebration
PG Daily Announcements

Please find the information to push out to your students below for the upcoming June 18th event at the MOST on drones and geospatial technology. The presenter, Jason Newton, comes from Ramboll and is director of drone operations and development in the United States. Registration information virtually is on the link in the slide and in person is jrcafe@tacny.org.

May Is Mental Health Month: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 41 percent of adults report struggling with mental health or substance use, which is up 20 percent from pre-pandemic reports. Nearly 1/3 of adults are now reporting symptoms of anxiety or depression.

  • Depression interferes with a person’s ability to complete physical job tasks about 20% of the time and reduces cognitive performance about 35% of the time

  • Only 57% of employees with moderate depression and 40% with severe depression receive treatment

  • People with a behavioral health condition can be up to three times more likely to have a chronic physical health condition

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Poor mental health can negatively impact physical health, and poor physical health, especially chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease, can negatively impact mental health.

Here are some additional resources:


INTERNETMATTERS.ORG

SNAPCHAT SAFETY

Safety for Parents/Teens on social media. We must work together.

Counseling Available for a Variety of Situations: It’s been a tough few years! From stress to addictions, elder care, anxiety, kids, anger, domestic violence, finances, grief and so much more, please take care of yourself and your family. Remember that we have support available through Crouse Help People. Call 315-470-7447 or visit their website for more information.

Teens on Social Media and Mental Health (5 min video from Common Sense Media)

Cell phones must be AWAY during the school day. We need students to be focused and healthy.


ESMUT Golf Tournament June 5: The 7th Annual ESM United Charity Golf Tournament to benefit scholarships & ESM baseball is 10 a.m. Sunday, June 5 at Rogues Roost. The 4-person captain & crew event is sponsored by the ESM United Teachers Union. The $100 fee gets you lunch, dinner, golf & more! Checks to: ESM United Teachers Union. Register by May 27 to Darlene Baker at dbaker@esmschools.org


A July Opportunity for Golfers: The Spartan Marching Band is hosting their first golf tournament at Wa-Noa Golf Course on Sunday, July 10th. With a Captain and Mate (two person team) format. The "tee-time" tournament starts at 11 a.m. Participants receive 18 holes of golf, lunch at Paula's following your round, and a gift bag for $75/pp. Register/More info.


Carpentry Mobile Care Unit Open House: Save the date...ESM’s Carpentry program will host an open house on June 8 from noon to 6 p.m. The students themselves will be on site to answer questions from 12:30-3 p.m. This year’s project is a “Mobile Care Unit” for veterans, first responders and their families built on an 18-foot trailer.

Let’s Talk.

https://nyprojecthope.org/

Project Hope is New York’s COVID-19 Emotional Support Helpline.

NY Project Hope helps New Yorkers understand their reactions and emotions during COVID-19. Through an emotional support helpline, educational materials, and trusted referrals, NY Project Hope helps people manage and cope with changes brought on by COVID-19.

Emotional Support Helpline: 1-844-863-9314

315-434-3024 Tech HelpDESK for ESM Families

Pine Grove Website from ESM homepage

PARENT PORTAL/SCHOOL TOOL INSTRUCTIONS

Parent's Guide to Google Classroom

2020 Parents' Guide to Google Classroom.pdf

GOOGLE MEET-how to

Google Meet Families.mp4

GOOGLE HELP-2 min videos!

CHROMEBOOK-general help