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Husky Hits February 1 2019

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As an intentionally small school, we make advance arrangements and commitments for the accommodation and instruction of each student each year and therefore, we thank you in advance for your timely attention to your child's re-enrollment contract for 2019-2020. Your family’s enrollment portal opened last week. For two-parent families, make sure both parents have signed the re-enrollment contract from their respective email address log-ins, before submitting the deposit payment. The Enrollment Contract must be completed and the Deposit must be paid by Monday, February 4, 2019.  Contact Admission Office Coordinator/Registrar Marissa Jackson with any questions.

K-Beauty's No-Make-Up Make-Up Party

HOSTED BY JAHWON LEE, JIHAE LEE, & YOUNG HONG
Friday, February 8
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

If what you seek is a radiant dewy complexion, this is the perfect party for you! Korean beauty no-make-up make-up is the oxymoron that just will not quit, so we had to find a beauty expert who will show us just that. Please join us for an afternoon of make-up tips, and everything that there is know about achieving that dewy, bouncy, fresh-as-a-daisy skin glow.  Light appetizers and bubbly refreshments will be served.

It is that time of the year! The weather is changing and lots of colds and cases of flu are out there. We would like to remind you once again of the school's illness policy: If your child has a fever, is vomiting, or has diarrhea, he or she may not come to school until 24 hours after these symptoms have subsided WITHOUT the aid of fever reducers.

Please do not send your sick child to school. Students should always remain home when they have a fever of 100 ºF (38 ºC) or above. Children with fevers are contagious; please do not send them to school while medicated to mask a fever. A persistent cough is disruptive in class and it’s also a primary way of spreading airborne infections.

The majority of families keep their children home when they are sick, giving them time to rest and heal. It is unfair to the other children, parents, and staff when you send your sick child to school.

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our children and our entire school healthy.

Warmly,
Nurse Basham

March at St. James’ goes by in a blur. In like a lamb - out like a lion! To prepare you for this sprint, take a look at some of the highlights coming up!

March 8 - 7:00 p.m. Spring Event at Petersen Automotive Museum
March 12 - 13 - Family Conference Days
March 19 - Auditions for Spring Musical, The Lion King

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