Spelling Bee Participants 15-16
Kitchen: Brody Schmalzreid-Lugo Alt: Corbin Borchers
Prestia: Easton Rice Alt: Lexa Webster
Weyrauch: Carina Schmalzreid-Lugo Alt: Meghana Chevuru
Blanc: Brady Uden Alt: Izzy Watson
Cigich: Daniel Goodyear Alt: Nishi Shah
Richardson: Leah Greischar Alt; Aubrey Berthold
Tygard: Michelle Ngatara Alt: Abigail Olson
Brownrigg: Derek Schmalzreid –Lugo Alt: Saron Terefe
Kray: Ben Dresbach Alt: Austin Tran
Matthew: Corbin Crockett Alt: Ean Carillo-Rios
Weatherford: Kayla Bowers Alt: Jonas Gipson
Haun: Nate Montemayor Alt; Yagur Monga
Owens: Luke Montemayor Alt; Luke Holzinger
Stewart: Brylar Gildart Alt: Ally Messbarger
Williams: Kaleah McClure Alt: Maci Burger
Brake: Douglas Goodyear Alt: Sydney Trullinger
Carley: Luke Edwards Alt: Josiah Assefa
Jarratt: Brody Kaiser Alt: Sophie Struck
Keiter: Gabe Chavez Alt: Dakota Olivia
1st and 2nd Grade Spelling Bee Winner- Daniel Goodyear
School Spelling Bee Winner- Luke Edwards (left)
Alternate- Brodie Kaiser (right)
Since it is getting to be cold and flu season, I thought I would remind everyone about our district medication and illness policy.
First, Tylenol, Ibuprofen and Benadryl require a signed parent authorization for me to dispense. This was given out at enrollment.
Second, I cannot give ANY over the counter medication (except Tylenol, Ibuprofen or Benadryl) without a signed PHYSICIAN order. This is a school district policy. This includes such things as cough/cold medication, creams, eye drops, allergy medications, and homeopathic things.
Third, Prescribed medication also requires a physician order. This is not the label on the bottle. I need a signed document from the doctor to dispense. This includes things like antibiotics, inhalers, epi pens, and ear drops.
Lastly, I do not give out cough drops. Parents can send in cough drops for their student to use (such as halls or ludens), but any containing medication (like chloroseptic which contains benzocaine) must have a signed physician order. Again, this is school district policy.
Please remember our exclusion guidelines as well as we get into the illness season. This includes things such as vomiting, fever, diarrhea, eyes with drainage, drainage from ears, Coughing uncontrollably, and communicable diseases. Fever is considered any temperature over 100.0 degrees. Students must be symptom free for 24 hours before returning to school, without the aid of medication. So this means, that if your student has a fever at 4:00pm but wakes up without one in the morning, they should still be kept home as it has not been 24 hours since they had the fever. If your child vomits at home after dinner, but does not the rest of the night, they still need to stay home the next day. Please adhere to this policy as it helps avoid the spread of disease.
You can access our district medication policy and illness policy for more information.
lets have a healthy winter!
Rhonda Rettig, MSN, RN
TIGER SERVICE CLUB--PENNIES FOR SHOES CAMPAIGN: December 14th – December 17th
This campaign benefits the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund and specifically, The Children’s Shoe Fund at Center of Grace. Every dollar raised goes directly to Center of Grace and the Wimmer Care Fund, supporting Olathe students. If each building could raise just $10.00 more than they did last year… we can literally provide 25 additional students with a new pair of shoes/boots. Your support of this campaign is so appreciated and needed.
Save your change- Tiger Service Club will be outside at arrival collecting coins the week of Dec. 14th- 17th.
Last year Ravenwood raised $283.31
Our goal for this year is $293.31
Penny Wars Document Attached below-