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100 Days of school
We will be celebrating 100 days of school on January 24th subjected to it not being a snow day. It is big achievement for the Pre-k kids. We want to make this day a special one for them. Here are few things we are working on:
· Class party on the 100th day of school – Home parents will be contacting you with more detail about food (if you don’t want your number to be shared with home mothers, then please let me know by coming Tuesday). Please pack only one snack for this day. We are asking all of our parents to come and celebrate this day with us (11:15AM).
· Kids dress up (100-year-old) contest for the event. Students will pick a winner and the winner will get a prize from the class.
· Please work with your kid to come up with a 100-day project. Project ideas can be found on the internet. Please submit the projects on Friday January 19th (not mandatory).
Daarul Uloom will be hosting its Multicultural Day on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 to celebrate the many cultures of the students. Each group of parents will have a chance to represent their country of origin or culture, ethnicity, and heritage through food, artifacts, traditional clothing, pictures...etc. Every parent is encouraged to help for it to be a fun, educational event for students and their families. We anticipate full attendance on the part of the students.
Please sign-up on the form provided in the link below if you are interested to represent your country.
Multicultural Day Display Table Sign-up Sheet
We would like to have a meeting with each country’s representative on Thursday, January 11 @ 3:35PM in Pre-K1 classroom to go over some details for the event.
We would love to see all countries represented on that day. If you are unsure, do not know where to begin or have never participated in this type of event, please contact Fehmida Rajiwate (email@example.com), Saima Adnan (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by calling the school at 309-691-9089.
Please come, take part, and celebrate the wealth of the many cultures of Daarul Uloom. Let’s discover the differences that bring all of us together!
COLD WEATHER GEAR:
Students are to dress appropriately for the cold days. As mentioned before, we will have outdoor recess daily, weather permitting. All student are expected to participate in recess when the temperature is 35 degrees or above (this includes wind chill temperatures). However, when the temperature and wind chill falls below 35 degrees, students will be kept indoors. The chilly morning is an indication that the Fall weather is here. Students will need a navy blue sweater, navy blue sweatshirt, or jacket to be able to enjoy their outdoor recess. Request for a student to stay indoor based on health reasons will be honored.
STUDENT ILLNESSES AND ABSENCES:
If your child will not be in attendance due to illness or any other reason, please notify your child’s teacher as well as the office by 9AM. To report an absence, parents should either call the school at 309-691-9089 or send an email to email@example.com as soon as possible. If the office has not received notification of your child’s absence, a call will be placed and/or email will be sent to parents to confirm the absence. Any unconfirmed absence will remain unexcused. As a reminder, if your child is ill, please keep them home.
· Fever greater than or equal to 100.5 degrees Fahrenheit: Children must stay home 24 hours after fever subsides. They are not to be given fever-reducing medication and sent to school. Your child will expose other students to the sickness as well.
· Heavy drainage (clear or discolored) from the mouth, nose, eyes, or ears
· Red discoloration to the whites of the eye(s)
· Skin rashes of any kind which have not been diagnosed by a doctor
· Severe abdominal pain, vomiting, or diarrhea during the previous night.
· A painful, red throat, even if fever is not present.
· A deep, hacking cough
· Lice or nits: Any student found to have either lice or nits will be asked to remain out of school for a minimum of 2 days or until lice or nit free after applying the treatment. Upon returning to school, students will be rechecked determining that they are nit free by the administration.
· Any other communicable disease not listed
· If a student becomes sick during the day, the office staff will contact the parent to pick up the child.
January 15- No School (Martin Luther King Day)
January 19- Nacho day
January 20- Multicultural Day(12-3PM)
January 24- 100 Days of school
January 24- Hot Lunch(Chicken Taco)
January 25- Bake Sale
January 31- Hot Lunch( Biryani)
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any question or comment about Pre-K1 class.