Welcome from the Nurse
To all our families, one day at a time helps me keep motivated. It’s great to know that the children can connect online and keep learning new things. I know that we will get over this and hopefully see each other soon.
I do miss seeing each of you in person but we have to keep safe.
I am available via email for any questions or concerns you may have.
I would also love to hear your stories about your time at home. Maybe if you are looking for an activity students can start their own storybooks about daily activities or how they feel. I would love to read them when we meet again.
Stay home, practice hand washing, coughing and sneezing into the crook of your arm or into tissues and discard, keep hands away from your face, wear a mask when in public and stay 3-6 feet away from others, if out.
Children should ideally stay at home.
Eat a well balanced diet, get some sunshine and exercise at home or in your garden.
See you soon!
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