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Seguin Campus

Doors open for students to begin drop off at 7:20 A.M.  and maybe dropped off at both doors until 7:50 A.M.

After 7:50 A.M. students must be dropped off in the Front office off of Teimann Rd.

Students must be signed in TARDY at 8:00 A.M. 

 
 

Dress Code: Royal Blue Polo Shirt, Khaki bottoms (shorts or pants)  and closed toe, closed back shoes.

No Hoodies are allowed.

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Please come have a look at our wonderful video about how our students are encouraged to learn and be themselves. If you have any questions please give us a call. 830-549-5930
 
Related image This week we celebrated school choice week with Camp-write-alot. The students had a lot of fun, thank you to the teacher that organized and facilitated the activities. Here are a few pictures of the week. 
 
 

Dear Parent or Guardian,

We are entering the time of year when we see influenza (flu), and other respiratory viruses at school.  We want to let you know what steps we are taking to keep our school community healthy, and how you can help.

 

Respiratory infections, such as the flu and common colds (colds), are spread when people come in close contact with sick people and inhale airborne droplets, or come in contact with contaminated surfaces.  Flu and colds symptoms can sometimes be difficult to tell them apart, but consider this:

 

Signs & Symptoms

Influenza

Cold

Symptom onset

Abrupt

Gradual

Fever

Usual

Rare

Aches

Usual

Slight

Chills

Fairly common

Uncommon

Fatigue, weakness

Usual

Sometimes

Sneezing

Sometimes

Common

Stuffy nose

Sometimes

Common

Sore throat

Sometimes

Common

Sore Throat

Sometimes

Common

Chest discomfort, cough

Common

Mild to moderate

Headache

Common

Rare

If symptoms persist or worsen, make an appointment with your healthcare provider to be evaluated.  The flu can be serious for children of all ages, causing them to miss school, activities, or even be hospitalized.

 

We take the health of our students seriously and are working hard to keep these viruses from spreading.  We regularly clean frequently touched areas such as door knobs, telephones, desk tops, and bathroom faucets and fixtures.  We also instruct students and staff to follow the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  “Take 3” approach to fight the flu:

  1. Get the flu vaccine every year
  2. Take everyday preventative actions to stop the spread of germs:
    • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. After using a tissue, throw it in the trash and wash your hands.
    • Wash your handsoften with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Germs spread this way.
    • Avoid close contact with sick individuals
    • Stay home when sick
  3. Take flu antiviral drugs if your healthcare provider prescribes them.

 

You can help us maintain a healthy school environment if a variety of ways:

  • Make sure children get plenty of exercise, sleep, and healthy food
  • Reinforce the CDC preventive actions listed above
  • Keep sick children home, especially if they have a fever of 100 degrees F or higher, diarrhea, vomiting, or a severe cough.
  • Make sure your children receive the recommended immunizations, including an annual Flu vaccine.

 

Important information about preventing the flu can be found on the CDC website:  https://www.cdc.gov/flu

                                               Together we can keep our students healthy!