News and Announcements
Friday, May 22, 2020
Congrats to WA State PTA Essay Winners: Garvit Jain and Tiana Dumitrescu!
Special Author Division: Garvit Jain “My Family”
6th – 8th Grade Division: Tiana Dumitrescu (8th grade) “My Coach. My Mentor. My Friend.”
- Inglewood Showcase 5.22.2018
- Report Cards Delayed 5.1.2018
- Report Cards/State Testing 4.23.2018
- ALICE Drill Complete 3.15.2018
- March 14 Protest 3.14.2018
- Student Protest Info 3.14.2018
- ALICE Lesson 3.8.2018
- ALICE/Protests/Vaping 3.2.2018
- IMS Plans for Active Shooter 2.20.2018
- Report Cards/Angst/Bond and Levies 2.7.2018
- New to Washington Chat 1.18.2018
- Social Life/ Survey/ Chat 1.3.2018
- Principal's Chat/Report Cards 11.14.2017
- Message Assembly 10.24.2017
- Athletics and ALICE 10.22.2018
- Attendance/Fun Run/ HIV/ Homework Machine 10.20.2017
- Power Loss/Fun Run 10.4.2017
- Laptops/Curriculum Night 9.6.2017
- Plan for First Day 9.1.2017
- Shared School Supplies/New Student/Drop-off 8.31.2017
- Welcome Inglewood Families 8.2018
- Email Communications/ New Parking Lot Flow 8.2018
Too Sick for School?
When to keep your sick child home from school
Tips to Stay Well
Ways to help prevent illness and keep students healthy
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the single most important thing you can do to prevent the spread of germs is to wash your hands often.
Germs are spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his/her eyes, nose or mouth. The CDC recommends vigorous scrubbing of the hands with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds, then rinsing with clear water and drying with a clean towel.
· Don’t share eating utensils, drinking glasses, towels or personal items.
Sharing items creates a potential of transmitting germs and becoming sick.
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue every time you cough or sneeze.
Throw the used tissue into a waste basket. If you don’t have a tissue, sneeze or cough into your sleeve. Afterwards wash your hands with soap and water.
- Stay home when you are sick.
Don’t pass your germs to someone else.
- Contact your doctor.
If you think you have influenza, or another severe illness, contact your health care provider.