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Some ways to Keep Moving at home! Speed Stacks and GoNoodle

Mrs. Thrall asked me to post some ways all Ehrhardt Students can stay physically active.

Here are some ideas of things to do while you are at home.

Speed Stacks!

Go Noodle

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Parents keep your kids safe online

Parents, its a good idea to monitor your children while they are online.  When possible if they are online, have them in a common area in the house while they are online for more visibility and ease of monitoring.

Here are some resources to help with online safety and digital citizenship:

Internet Safety app to keep your kids safer : https://www.bark.us/

This article lists additional apps that might be helpful: https://www.familyeducation.com/10-apps-for-parents-to-monitor-kids-mobile-use

Update – 2/19/2020 – and Resources

 

 

We apologize for the broken links. They have been corrected. Thank you for your support and patience.

Dear Elk Grove Unified Families,

Today’s update is brief and will provide you with information about what EGUSD task force teams are focused on, resources that are available to students and parents and a link to today’s Sacramento County order for all residents to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

IMPLEMENTED

Food and Nutrition Team

Family and Community Resources Team

  • EGUSD Family Resources

  • CareSolace.com – Elk Grove Unified School District has partnered with Care Solace, an online behavioral and mental health resource with a live 24×7 concierge line that assists families, students and staff in finding local behavioral and/or mental health related programs and counseling services.

Before and After School Daycare Team

ACTIVELY PLANNING

Technology Team: Online Access
Broadcast Team: Information and Broadcast Channel
Education Services Team/Special Education: Distance Learning

Thank you to everyone who subscribed to our Elk Grove Unified YouTube channel so we can develop content for a Live YouTube Broadcast! Yesterday, we were at 565 and today, it’s over 2,000 subscribers, which is outstanding!! Please continue to subscribe to the Elk Grove Unified School District’s YouTube Channel.

While EGUSD schools are closed, Comcast is offering free Internet for low income families through their Internet Essentials program for 60 days and have made all Xfinity WiFi hotspots across the country open and free.

We ask that all residents pay attention to the Sacramento County’s order issued today and follow those orders of stricter social distancing measures and self-isolation if symptomatic of the COVID-19 virus. Lastly, continue to stay tuned for our ongoing daily communications that are also available online.

Thank you,
EGUSD Leadership

 


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Free Online Reading Resources while at home.

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We have a free  30 day trial to Tumble Books.

Username:  ehrhardt

Password:  trial

https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/

 

Also please follow the link to the Sacramento Public Library below.

https://www.saclibrary.org/

 

 

 

 

 

Class-link Portal From Home

Parents,

Click below to view the Elementary Student Portal Instructions for Students to login at home from any browser.

Portal Instructions

** 6th grade students, follow the same procedure, but many of you have changed your password at school to a custom passwor

EGUSD Head Lice Policy

EGUSD Head Lice Policy (BP 5141.33)

Head lice continues to be an ongoing nuisance.   While a significant social problem, head lice does not transmit disease to humans.  Head lice do not fly or jump.

 

·         Many nits are more than ¼ inch from the scalp.  Such nits are usually not viable and very unlikely to hatch to become crawling lice or may in fact be empty shells known as castings.

·         Nits stick to hair shafts and are very unlikely to be transferred successfully to other people.

·         The burden of unnecessary absenteeism to the students, families, and school communities far outweighs the risks associated with head lice.

 

The essentials of our lice policy are as follows:

 

1.      Implementation of head lice surveillance and control procedures are based upon current scientific research and best practice.

2.      School staff is trained by the credentialed school nurse in head lice detection and management procedures.

3.      Information about head lice infestation is to be shared on a “need to know” basis as deemed appropriate by the credentialed school nurse.

4.      Maintaining confidentiality of the student information is in compliance with FERPA.

 

The goals of the EGUSD’s lice policy:

 

1.      Decrease school absenteeism.

2.      Maintain student privacy.

3.      Support families in their efforts to control and eliminate live head lice.

 

When a student is found to have lice:

 

·         When it is determined that a student in a class has head lice, the principal or designee shall notify parents/guardians of students in that class and provide them with information about the detection and treatment of head lice.

·         The credentialed school nurse will provide the notification letter.

·         If a student is found with active, adult head lice, he/she shall be allowed to stay in school until the end of the school day.

·         The parent is informed of treatment options and encouraged to begin treatment immediately and check all members of the family.

·         Student’s head checked upon return to school by credentialed school nurse or designated school staff trained by credentialed school nurse.

·         The parent/guardian also shall be informed that the student shall be checked upon return to school the next day and allowed to remain in school if no active head lice are detected.

·         If live head lice are found the process of notification to the student’s parents/guardians begins again.

·         If the student has siblings, all sibling(s) attending the school site will be checked.

·         If the student has other siblings (not in the immediate school), notify the parent/guardian and recommend precautionary measures to avoid family infestation.

·         Full Classroom screenings for head lice are NOT done: “Current evidence does not support the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of classroom or school-wide screening for decreasing the incidence of head lice among children” (per CDC, May 2007). The classroom is only one of many environments where head lice can be transmitted.

·         The credentialed school nurse will maintain a head lice log for the school site.  School site staff will notify the credentialed school nurse when a student on campus has been identified to have live lice.

 

Environmental Control:

a.       Encourage students to avoid sharing hats, combs, coats, pillows, or other personal items.

b.      No environmental pesticide treatments (pesticide bombs) are to be used.

c.       Girls with long hair may want to wear their hair in “contained” hair styles (ponytails, buns, braids, etc.).

d.      It is suggested to keep each student’s hat and other clothing, and coats on separate hooks or back of the student’s chair.

e.       The credentialed school nurse can use professional judgment to determine when unusual measures are necessary to respond to extraordinary cases, i.e.- increase vacuuming in classroom.

f.        To prevent re-infestation following treatment, clothing and bedding should be laundered in hot water (140 degrees F for 20 minutes) followed by a hot drying cycle to destroy lice and eggs.  Since lice eggs hatch within 6-10 days and lice live only 1-2 days away from the scalp, storing infested items in a sealed plastic bag for 10 days is effective for items that cannot be laundered.

Notification Process

a.       The customary notification for the presence of head lice is to be done to the parent/guardian of an infested student.

b.      Classroom notifications must be done with any head lice case. The credentialed school nurse will provide the letter to use for this notification.

 

Resources

Guidance of Head Lice Prevention and Control of School Districts and Child Care Facilities, California Department of Public Health, Vector-Borne Disease Section (2012).

Center for Disease Control: Head Lice: http://www.cdc.gov/lice/head/schools.html, May 16, 2007 and September 24, 2013

Clinical Report On Head Lice, Barbara L. Frankowski, MD, MPH, Joseph A. Bocchini, Jr, MD, Council on School Health and Committee on Infectious Disease, PEDIATRICS Vol. 126 No. 2 August 2010.

Exclusion of Children with Head Lice or Nits from Child Care (white Paper) July 22, 2010. Washington State Department of Early Learning,

Frankowski, B.L., Bocchini, J.A. Jr., and the Council of School Health and Committee on Infectious Diseases.  Clinical Report Head Lice. 2010. Pediatrics 126: 392 – 403.

Frequently Asked Questions: Head Lice. Identify Us. 2010.

Infectious Disease Control Guide for School Staff; Washington State Department of Health; Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. June 2004.

Informal Parent Survey of Parent Attitudes Around Head Lice Notification, Buter, Leslie A. RN, BSN, & Sutherland, Nancy N. RN, MEd. October, 2010.

Managing Head Lice in the School Setting (PowerPoint). Cole, Marjorie, RN MSN. 2005. National Assembly of School Nurses Listserve.

Schoessler, S.Z. 2004.  Treating and managing head lice: the school nurse perspective.  American Journal of Managed Care. 10(9 Suppl): S273-6.

Kids Heart Challenge -2020: John Ehrhardt Elementary – Starts – Jan 24

John Ehrhardt Elementary will again be participating in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge starting January 24. Information will be going home on that date or check out http://www2.heart.org/goto/EhrhardtKHC

Our kick-off assemblies will be on Friday, January 24, 8:30 for primary and 9:15 for intermediate.

There will be a small competition between classes to see who can get the most kids signed up online. Information papers will be going home on the 24th and posters will be up around school explaining everything.

Our goal this year is to raise $5000 but it is also to get the students online in order to check out all of the resources the American Heart Association offers.

Kids Heart Challenge – WS 2020: John Ehrhardt Elementary – American Heart Association

The American Heart Association offers programs for the classroom and for the gym to get help kids healthy and performing better in school.

www2.heart.org

Community Informational Meetings

Dear Modified Traditional and Traditional Families of Kindergarten students,
On January 16, 2018 a Board Policy was adopted (BP 6117(c) that determined that Elk Grove Unified School District would implement an unbiased process for determining assignment of students to tracks at our year round school sites . Starting next school year 2020/21, we will follow a similar enrollment process at Modified Traditional and Traditional school sites for schedule assignments. This process will begin with Kindergarten registration which opens on January 9, 2020.

Click here for more information, dates and details. 

Mt_T 19.20 Community Meeting Letter

Jog-a-thon Friday Schedule

Jog-A-Thon Fundraiser Friday 11/1

Jog-A-Thon Schedule

8:05 1st & 3rd

9:05 4th & 5th

10:20 AM Kinder and 2nd

12:05 PM TK/PM Kinder

1:05 6th

 

Jog-A-Thon Prizes

https://app.99pledges.com/fund/jee2019

Jog-a-thon Prizes click here!

Red Ribbon Week October 21-25

Red Ribbon Week is next week!!  Let’s pump up our Ehrhardt Eagle spirit!  Please encourage your students to dress up for each of the days!  We will have an OPTIONAL door decorating contest.  Student Leadership will be judging on Friday, October 25th.  Winners will receive a POPCORN PARTY!!2019-2020 Red Ribbon Dress up days

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