Good afternoon EGE!
Another wonderful weather day at EGE! I know the letter last evening might have come as a shock, but I wanted to let you know that we are doing everything that is required by the CDC and Chester County Health department. We have done nothing wrong and we will continue to do our best to keep everyone safe at EGE and in our EGE community.
I truly appreciate all of the positive emails I have receive since last night and I know our staff does too! We have an incredible EGE community and I know we will all get through this together. I do plan to speak at our next HSA meeting about this situation. Our next EGE HSA meeting is this Thursday at 9:30. The link is below and I ask that you do not share it with anyone except EGE parents as this is our meeting and they are not open to the community.
Join EGE HSA Zoom Meeting – Thursday, Nov. 12 at 9:30
Meeting ID: 982 3479 5708
You will receive a second email today at 2:05 about how to sign up for fall teacher conferences. Be on the lookout!
Sorry, about postponing pictures this week, but we felt it was in the best interest of our children and staff. I will work with our photographer for other dates in the future.
EGE Virtual Book Fair:
EGE Library is having virtual book fair this year! The book fair will be open 11/18 - 11/25. All books purchased will be delivered to the school and brought to your child in their classroom. (Remote students: Ms. Gendron will contact you when your order arrives). You may use this link to shop the book fair, but if you have to put in a code, EGE's code is ZY6LY. Teachers have also made wish lists! If you would like to buy a book for your child's classroom, just click the stars/"wish lists" button on the left side and pick your child's teacher from the drop down menu.
What to do if your child is not feeling well
Do the Daily Home Screening checklist with your child every day, and follow the guidelines for keeping sick children home.
Call the Attendance Hotline to report your child’s absence. 484 266-1510
Contact your health care provider if your child has symptoms.
Contact the nurse’s office if your child or another person in the household is getting a test for Covid-19. Keep your child home if he/she is waiting for test results or if your child has a known exposure to someone who tests positive for Covid-19.
Nurse: Kim Onderdonk firstname.lastname@example.org 484 266-1506
Make it a great week!