We are thrilled to be part of you and your children’s lives! Thank you for sharing your children with us…We value you, our Bobcat families! This year, our theme is: BOBCATS ARE M.O.R.E. We are Motivated. We are Orderly. We are Responsible. We realize Everyone’s on the same team! Throughout the year, ask your child/ren about our theme and how they can earn tickets for being M.O.R.E. Read More...
Return to School Plan
The link is information from the county concerning students returning to school. Return to school plan
The purpose of this document is to assist you in making an informed decision about your child’s return to school.
We understand this document does not answer every possible question or concern you might have. We are preparing a more comprehensive plan that will be presented at the July 9th School Board Meeting.
The county is asking parents to complete a survey indicating their intentions for the 2020/2021 school year.
While the survey is not a binding statement of your final intentions for the 2020-2021 school year, it is vital for you to select the option you most likely will choose. The survey will be available until Tuesday, July 7th, at 11:59 p.m. We greatly appreciate your help in completing this survey.
The district will provide two possible options (Return to school or Nassau Virtual) for your child for the 2020-2021 school year. Please indicate the option that applies to your child.
Please take the following survey: Return to School Suvey
Safer Smarter Kids K-2
Nassau County is offering a lesson from Lauren's Kid Cirriculum from the Lauren’s Kid curriculum to share with all of our students entitled, Safer, Smarter Kids! This lesson is designed to teach children:
1. How to use a safety stop sign when a situation feels unsafe
2. To always stay safe with a grown-up when out in public
3. To respect personal space and respect other’s personal space
4. How to tell a grown-up if a safety rule has been broken
This lesson will be available on your child’s Classlink page on Friday, May 22nd at 2:00 and is entitled Safer Smarter Kids First Grade Lesson 1. It is our purpose to arm children with resources that will keep them safe at all times. Please take time to watch this video with your child. After watching the video here are some suggested activities as a follow up:
o Explain to students that rules are important. Ask them to identify places that we have rules -school, home, and in our community.
o Have students brainstorm personal safety rules that help keep them safe.
o Brainstorm with students about grown-up buddies they could include in their Trusted Triangle. Explain that these are adults who make them feel safe to go to any time they feel scared or confused.
We are also providing information to help teach children the importance of Substance Use and Abuse Prevention: https://youtu.be/lRtl0x5vpt8
Please watch this with your child and help them become aware of the importance of only relying on their trusted adult when it comes to taking medication.
Safer Smarter Kids 3-5
We are providing a lesson, from the Lauren’s Kid curriculum, to share with all of our students entitled, Safer, Smarter Kids! This lesson is designed to teach children about safety in the community and the attributes of good citizens.
Community is defined in this lesson as being made up of all the people who live in your area. Members of your community include you and your family, your neighbors, and all of the people at school. The lesson discusses the fact that communities are made up of people students know and people they don’t know. A good citizen is explained as someone who cares about others, follows rules, and tries to help make the world a better place.
This lesson will be available on your child’s Classlink page on Friday, May 22nd at 2:00 and is entitled Safer Smarter Kids Third Grade Lesson 1. It is our purpose to arm children with resources that will keep them safe at all times. Please take time to watch this video with your child. After watching the video here are some suggested activities as a follow up:
o Have students brainstorm personal safety rules and how to be a good citizen.
o Brainstorm with students about trusted adults they could include in their Safety NETwork. Explain that these are adults who make them feel safe to go to any time they feel scared or confused.