- Danforth Junior High School
September 28, 2020
More detailed info about other Danforth activities
From Lori Pharis, Counselor
Camp Havenheart is a one-day Grief Camp for students ages 7-18 years old grieving the loss of a loved one.If you are interested click here for a flyerand clickhere for the application. Applications are due Friday October 2nd.For more info: www.hopehospice.net
From Danforth PTO We’re still collecting funds for our 1st teacher/staff luncheon on October 1st. Let’s show our appreciation by given them a nice lunch provided by Wimberley Subs and Salads. Select the link to make contributions:https://signup.com/go/GXYncvYFrom
District Nurse Darelle Jordan
When to Stay Home and How to Come Back
Our mitigation strategies of limiting the number of students who gather in groups, wearing masks and distancing when we can, washing hands, disinfecting environments are working to limit the spread of COVID and keeping our most vulnerable protected. As a smalldistrict with a sense of community, connection and care we are all doing our part and it shows.
With any large endeavor there is always a need to improve and persist. As more and more students join us face to face there are a few details about when to stay home from face to face school and limit contact with others that need to get out to our community both in the school and our broadercommunity of families.
Everyonewho comes into a WISD building must be screened (either at the door or self screeningbefore arrival)
If you answeryes to any screeningquestion pleasestay home
When you stay homecontact the school nurseand attendance clerk
Please stay home if someone in your family has apositiveCOVID test orIs awaiting test results
Everyonewho stays home for symptoms, testing, isolation, quarantine, or awaiting resultsmust check in with the nurse before returning to school
From Yearbook Advisor, Meagan Williamson
All students were mailed a yearbook purchase form last week to their house from our book publisher Balfour. Please buy your book as soon as possible. They are $35 with a free name stamp through December. The price will raise to $40 with $5 name stamps and icons in January. You may pick up an order form in the front office or from Mrs. Williamson in room 109 if you need one. You may also buy a book on balfour.com.