Marlow Monday Message, November 26th, 2018

Henderson County Public Schools News

Good evening Glenn Marlow parents and students, this is John Hart with your Marlow Monday message on this Monday, November 26th.  I hope everyone had a wonderful and restful Thanksgiving break.


Here is this week’s news and upcoming events:

– Each year, the Etowah Lion’s Club sponsors a free vision screening for all students here at Marlow.  This will take place this Wednesday, November 28th during the school day. If your child wears glasses, please remind them to bring their glasses to school and wear them for the screening.  Thank you!

– Mark your calendars for our December Movie Night, next Friday, Dec. 7th.  Parents, what an opportunity you have to get some Christmas shopping done, enjoy an evening out, or run those last couple of errands before the weekend.   Flyers will be coming home this week, so be sure to sign up and return them to school no later than Friday, Dec. 7th.   We hope to see all of our Buckaroos there!!

– Don’t forget to visit the Lost and Found, located at the Gym entrance. This time of year, our lost and found grows by leaps and bounds because of the cold mornings and warm afternoons.  Please check to see if any articles of clothing belong to your family.  Thank you in advance.

– Have you purchased your 2018-2019 Marlow yearbook yet?? We encourage everyone to order their yearbooks online, however, you can send in your order form if you so choose.  Yearbooks start at $17, with add-ons available for additional charges.  The price will increase to $20 after November, so take this time to order a Glenn Marlow yearbook today!

– Please see the attached flyer for the West Henderson High School Winter Baseball Camp offer.  Students in grades KI-8 can register.  This flyer is also posted on our Community Bulletin Board, located at the front entrance.

– Lastly, as we have entered into the cold season of the 2018-2019 school year, please make sure that you and your child are taking the proper steps necessary to stay healthy during this time of year.  Routinely washing your hands with soap and water, covering your nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing, keeping your distance from others who may be sick, and wiping down and disinfecting surfaces that may contain germs, are just a few preventative steps you can take to ensure your children and your household remain as healthy as possible.  If your child is sick, we ask that you keep him/her at home until they have been fever free and vomit free for 24 hours.  Thank you, in advance, for being proactive in these actions that help control the spread of germs and illnesses in our school

Thank you for all that you do.  Have a great week!


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