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South Breeze Elementary
1020 Old Main
Newton,  KS  67114
(316) 284-6560

Administrator

Plummer, Jan
Principal

Office Staff

Nicholsen, Sherri
Secretary
Perkins, Tami
Secretary

News

10/18/17

“Did you know that missing even two days per month puts students at significant increased risk of academic failure and eventual dropout. This includes excused and unexcused absences, and it is true for students across all grade levels, from K up to 12. We need to work together—schools, families, and community members— to make sure all our kids get to school on time every day...”

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Toys for Tots!

Parents, 

4th grade S.O.S. (Students Offering Services) will be collecting toys to donate to the Salvation Army.  We will begin collecting on Monday, Nov. 6 and will collect through Friday, Dec. 1.  Please help us to donate toys to kids in need in Harvey County!  Thanks for your help!

 

4th grade students
 

Cpl. Hawpe and K-9 Bella @NewtonKSpd

Cpl. Hawpe and K-9 Bella

How Sick Is Too Sick for School?

In general, children are too sick to come to school when:

  • They are contagious.
  • Their symptoms are serious enough to prevent them from focusing on the tasks they need to do there.

Use this checklist to determine whether to keep your child home from school.

  1. Does your child have a fever of 100 degrees or higher?
  2. Has your child vomited two or more times in a 24-hour period?
  3. Does your child have diarrhea?
  4. If your child complains of a sore throat, is it accompanied by fever, headache, stomachache, or swollen glands?
  5. If your child complains of a stomach ache, is it accompanied by fever, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, sharp pain, and/or hard belly?
  6. Does your child have a persistent, phlegmy cough?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please keep your child home from school and consider seeking medical attention.  Your child could have a serious or contagious illness.  Keep your child home until he or she has been symptom free for at least 24 hours or until the doctor indicates that he or she can return to school.

 

If children have a cold, headache, or stomachache that is not accompanied by fever, vomiting, or diarrhea, they can probably come to school.  If children have a rash, it could be contagious.

 

Please seek medical advice before allowing your child to come to school.  Earaches are not contagious.  Children can come to school as long as they can concentrate on their work.  Once your child has been treated for lice, he or she can return to school.

 

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