Posts By Stacey Pawling
The state of Nebraska requires all incoming 7th graders to have a physical examination done by a physician, physician assistant or advanced practice registered nurse. A Tdap vaccine is also a 7th grade requirement by the state. Call your student’s …
New Kindergarten parents often have many questions about their child being ready to start Kindergarten in the fall. Mrs. Chohon is sharing the following resources and her website,http://mrschohon.weebly.com/, to answer a variety of questions:
What is Readiness? Kindergarten Goals What …
Please make breakfast a priority each and every morning. Students who do not eat breakfast experience headaches, stomachaches, nausea and dizziness. Remember healthy children are better learners!
Check out ChooseMyPlate.gov on how to make small changes to have a healthy …
If your child is running a fever, vomiting, diarrhea or is feeling too ill to attend school, please keep them home. Maintain good hand washing and stay home if you’re sick. Please keep school informed of any illness or doctor …
Parents/Guardians of students at Northwest Public Schools have the ability to check on their students grades, attendance, assignments, daily bulletin, student fees, and receive documents through the PowerSchool Parent Portal at their convenience.
To sign up for a PowerSchool account, …
NEED ASSISTANCE WITH EXAMS OR IMMUNIZATIONS
Grand Island Clinic #308-382-1100
Family Practice of Grand Island #308-381-0162
Central District Health Department #308-385-5175
MedExpress Urgent Care #308-382-9969
Prompt Care #308-381-3800
Twin Rivers Urgent Care #308-384-2500
Third City Community Clinic #308-398-5312
A child should stay home if there is:
*Fever of 100.0 or higher
*Persistent pain – stomach, ear, throat, head, etc.
*Widespread rash or skin infection
*Pinkeye or conjunctivitis
*If he/she’s too sick to be …