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Attention 5th grade girls EJMS Girls Basketball Tryouts

Monday, October 20th

8th  - 6:00-7:10pm

6th – 7:10-8:20pm

th - 8:20- 9:30pm

Tuesday, October 21st

6th- 5:00- 6:30pm

7th- 6:30-8:00pm

8th- 8:00-9:30pm

First cut end of Oct 21 session and will be posted outside gym door. 5th graders will be contacted that night if they made the cut by coach Waford.

Wednesday, October 22nd

6th, 7th, 8th  -4:00-6:30PM

 

Final Cut at the end of Oct 22nd session.

October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month Find information and resources at stopbullying.gov
October is Anti-Bullying Month
Special dress-up days for Character Counts Week, Oct, 19th-25th
 
Monday October 20th—Sweats Day: “Standing up to Bullying is no sweat!”
Tuesday October 21st—Picture Perfect Day "Picture Perfect Behavior"
Wednesday October 22nd—National Unity Day: Wear ORANGE to unite against bullying
Thursday October 23rd—Jeans Day: “Bullying is not in my genes!”
Friday October 24th—Crazy Outfit: “It’s okay to be unique!”
October 19-25 Kentucky Safe Schools Week
Kentucky Safe Schools Week
October 19-25
This year's theme is LEAN on me; STOP the Bullying!
 
Attention 5th Grade Boys Basketball Tryouts at EJMS
EJMS BOYS BASKETBALL
 2014-2015 TRY-OUT INFORMATION
  Try-outs will be Monday, October 20th, Tuesday October 21st and Wednesday, October 23rd.
 October 20th                               October  21s.           
   6th- 7-8:30pm                                 6th 4-5:30pm
                          October 23rd 6th- 4:00-6:30pm
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October 20-24 National Bus Safety Week
National School Bus Safety Week
October 20-24, 2014
At my stop, you STOP!
 
What's big and yellow and travels 6500 miles a day?  Read here to learn more about Jessamine County's great team of transportation professionals and their commitment to your child's safety.
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Fall Fantasy October 24

Fall Fantasy – mark your calendars for Friday, October 24thfrom 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. for Warner’s Annual Fall Fantasy.  A fun-filled evening for students and their families.  Pick out your costume and bring in a bag of candy for Trick or Treating with teachers from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.  After Trick or Treating, enjoy food, games, prizes, cake walk, shopping at the Cat Cave and, of course, bidding on the classroom baskets at our Silent Auction!!!!!  Moms, Grandmas, Aunts and other talented bakers, bring in your special cake, cookie or other sweet treat for the Cake Walk.  Families, check out your child’s class basket theme and donate an item to be included.  And, most importantly, be present to enjoy all the fun!!!!

Jessamine County Education Foundation Dinner October 25
The Jessamine County Education Foundation Dinner and Auction Gala Event will be held at West Jessamine High School on Saturday, October 25th.   The Jessamine County Education Foundation is a community-based organization formed in 1985 that is committed to the enrichment of Jessamine County schools through the promotion of excellence in teaching and learning.
 
To learn more about the Gala and how you can help support the foundation, visit
 
October 29 Early Dismissal School dismisses at 11:50am
October 31 Lunch with Hattie's Pumpkins

Lunch Times:

11:00-11:25 Lehane Beale 11:10-11:35 Allen Burns

11:20-11:45 Chisholm Limbach 11:30-11:55 Lowe Rust

11:40-12:05 Cain Ardery  11:50-12:15 Nau

11:50-12:15 Sloan Peyton 12:00-12:25 Price Scott

12:10-12:35 Fretwell Metzenberg 12:20-12:45 Ferguson Simpson

12:30-12:55 Gilliam Ratliff

Change in Morning Procedures

Therefore, we would ask that if you would like to walk your child to

his/her classroom in the morning, you follow these procedures:

 

**Sign-in in the office before walking your child to his/her

 classroom so we know who is in the building and sign out as

you leave and

 

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Lunch Changes

 Our wellness policy states that if you bring outside food into the

school to eat with your child, that you and your child will eat in

an alternate location. We have previously interpreted the policy to

be a separate location, such as the office area. 

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Dental Hygiene Program

                     Dental Hygiene Program 

                       NEW THIS YEAR  

     The Jessamine County Health Department is now offering 

     preventive dentistry at school.  Your child can receive a

     dental cleaning, fluoride varnish, dental sealants, oral  

     hygiene instruction and a dental assessment at school. 

     Watch your child’s folder for more information. 

Enterovirus Information for Parents

What do I need to know about the enterovirus?

 

Your child’s health and safety are of the utmost importance to us.  You’ve likely heard about enterovirus D68, or EV-D68 in the news recently.   This virus can be particularly problematic for children with underlying breathing issues or with a compromised immune system.   As with other illnesses, including the flu, we will monitor this situation in our schools and follow district protocol for any necessary precautions.  

We’ve included some information below to help you better understand the enterovirus D68.  As always, please consult your family physician with any additional questions or concerns or if your child exhibits symptoms.

 
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How Do I Contact Either Building??

Warner Elementary 859-885-3085

Warner Intermediate Center 859-887-9274 (WARI).

What time does school begin

Our school day begins at 8:00am and ends at 2:50pm

You may drop off your child at 7:30am.

Recycle with us

Do you have old cell phone, printer cartridges, mp3 players, digital cameras and laptops laying around your house that is broken or not being used. You can recycle them with Warner Elementary and the school will earn money toward each item we turn into the recycling company. 

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Calendar

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Family Resource

 Important Information from Family Resource


The Family Resource Center has an account with Goodwill.  We are able to write vouchers to our families in order to give them an opportunity to obtain needed clothing.  That’s where we could use your help.  If you are doing some cleaning at home and have things to donate, Goodwill will accept those on our behalf if you let them know that you are donating to the Warner Account. You may donate in Nicholasville or Lexington, and we will still receive credit. We would really appreciate your help!!

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Backpack for Hunger Project

 

Southland Christian Church has adopted Warner elementary School as a community partner. One of the projects that provides for our students is the Backpack for Hunger Project.

 

The church members fill backpacks with a variety of nutritious foods. There is no cost to the students or families. Once the children empty the backpack, they return the SAME backpack to school to have it refilled. Our Family Resource Center (FRC) director, Diane  Hall, is always available to help in any way possible. If you have questions, please call 885-3085 ext.301.

 

     

 

Thanks so much,

 

Diane Hall

Warner Family Ties

 

PTO

PTO Representatives for 2014-2015
 
President- Candice Travers
 
Vice President- Jenny Fuller
 
2nd Vice President- Diane Lawson
 
Secretary- Dana Taylor
 
Treasurer- Lea Dotson