Health News
News from the Nurse
             

JAN. 17, 2017

Dear Parents,

It’s that time of year when colds, strep throat, the flu and stomach bugs are passed around in our schools. District custodial staff disinfect each of the school sites using Virex, but we need your help as well.

Common colds are the main reason children miss school and adults miss work. Please remind your children how important it is for them to wash their hands well, for at least 20 seconds each time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report the spread of colds and other illnesses can be reduced if children avoid touching their face with unwashed hands. Also, they should cover their mouth with a tissue or with their sleeve when they cough or sneeze.

Attendance at school is very important, however, students cannot be expected to perform well if they are ill. Please keep students home if they are running a temperature. Students must be free of fever, vomiting or diarrhea for twenty-four (24) hours without the aid of medication before returning to school. If your child becomes ill during the school day and has a temperature of 100 degrees or more, he/she will be sent home.

If your phone number may have changed, please contact the office. Schools need current telephone numbers for parents, guardians and all emergency contacts. Questions? Call the nurse for child’s school.

Thank you!

 
2017 TOY
Miss Loechner, 2017 TOY LE 1st Grade Teacher
 
 
Progress and Report Card Dates
 
1st Qtr Progress 9/23/2016
1st Qtr 10/21/2016
2nd Qtr Progress 11/29/2016
2nd Qtr 1/6/2017
3rd Qtr Progress 2/10/2016
3rd Qtr 3/24/2017
4th Qtr Progress 4/28/2016
4th Qtr 5/25/2017
Reading graph
Reading Graph


 Percentile Rank on Reading Tests
 Minutes of Reading Per Day
 Estimated Number of Words Read Per Year
Reading the equivalent of 87 books a year
(98 percentile)
 
Reading the equivalent of 6 books a year
(70 percentile) 
 
Reading a small fraction of one book a year 
(1 percentile)
 98  
 65  4,358,000
 90  40 1,823,000
 70  22  622,000
 50  13 282,000
 30  6 106,000
 10  2  8,000
DID YOU KNOW?
Family Game/Reading Night: Tuesday, January 24 from 6-7
 
Relay For Life popcorn day is every other Friday. $1 for popcorn
Relay For Life hat day is every other Friday.  $1 to wear a hat 
 
Thursday, January 19  Freddy’s Night 4-9 pm
 
Friday, January 20  Chuck e cheese night from 4-9  Southside Chuck e cheese 
 
 
Contact
Lakehoma Elementary
224 S. Clear Springs Road
Mustang, OK 73064
 
(Mailing) 906 S. Heights Drive
              Mustang, OK 73064
 
Phone: 405-376-2409
Fax Number: 405-376-7348 
Building Hours
Please be aware that our building does not open until 7:15 am. Please do not drop your child off before that time. Our first bell rings at 7:30 and the tardy bell rings at 7:40.
Please have your child at school on time.
School Supply List
Lakehoma Ledger
Upcoming Events
Free and Reduced Lunch Program Information
If your child was on the Free and Reduced Lunch Program last year, you need to reapply every year for your child to qualify.  Forms are available in the school office or online at www.mustangps.org.  New applications are being accepted as well.  Applications are accepted at any time during the year.
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