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Andrew AvenueElementary School

Friday Email for October 26, 2018

Andrew Avenue Elementary School

Friday Email

October 26th, 2019

Trunk or Treat

Town-wide Trunk or treat

All Naugatuck Families are invited to trick or treat. Admission is one (1) bag of candy per family. Cars that will be having a trunk may arrive at 5:30, Cars must remain in the lot until the end of the event. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs allowed.

 

When- Tonight - 10/26/2018, 6:30 - 8:00PM

Where - Naugatuck Event Center, 6 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT 06770, USA

 

A NOTE FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE:

The cold weather is upon us!  So....it's time to discuss head lice again.  I’ve included a few facts from the DPH Website and would recommend you check your children’s hair as part of your daily hygiene routine.

What are head lice?

Head lice are blood sucking parasites. They are approximately the size of a sesame seed, 1-2 mm. They do not have wings and, therefore, cannot fly. They also do not jump. They do, however, move quickly. The nits are attached to the hair shaft with a waterproof, cement-like substance from the adult female. Thus, nits cannot be simply washed or brushed out of the hair.

How are head lice spread?

Head lice are usually transmitted through close personal contact with another infested individual or through use of common combs and brushes; through sharing hats, caps, coats; or through co-mingling of these items at the homes of friends, at school, at church, or other public places.

What are the symptoms of infestation with head lice?

The major symptom of head lice is itching, which is due to the presence of salivary fluid produced by the insect as it feeds.

How do you eliminate head lice?

Individual treatment usually requires using an over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription medication and a nit (head lice egg) comb. THEN: Decontamination of Personal Articles and vironment:To kill lice and nits, all washable clothing and bed linens should be machine washed in hot water (130°F). Laundry should be dried at high heat. All clothing, stuffed animals, comforters, etc. that cannot be washed or dry cleaned can be stored for 2 weeks in a plastic bag that is sealed with tape.Combs and brushes can be soaked for 1 hour in rubbing alcohol, Lysol*, or wash with soap and hot (130°F) water. Vacuum the floor and furniture, and cars!

Prevent Reinfestation! Avoid head-to-head contact during play at school and at home (on a playground, sleepover party, camp, sports outing).Do not share hats, scarves, hair ribbons, coats, etc. Do not share combs, brushes, or towels.


 

United Way 12th Annual Festival of Trees

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Once again, Andrew Avenue is creating a tree for United Way’s Festival of Trees to support the United Way of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls

Our theme this year is  “Kitchen Gadgets”

Please consider donating cooking/baking items to use as our decor, Or you could donate $1.00 and we will purchase items for our tree. Please send in your donations by November 16, 2018

 


 

 

Election Day, November 6, 2018

No School For Students

November 6, 2018

 

Rockwell Photography StudiosPicture Make-Up day is November 8, 2018


 

Veteran's Day

No School on November 12th for Veteran’s Day


 

School Hours

Our doors open at 8:40 AM students can then enter and go have breakfast. (We have free breakfast and free lunch.) A bell rings at 8:55 AM at which time school officially begins. Our day ends at 3:25 PM. On a half day, school dismisses at 1:00 PM. Lunch is served on all half days.

 

School Website

If you are looking for our school calendar or the lunch menu, or even school news & events please check out  Our School's Webpage


 

PTO News:

 

 you can contact the Andrew Avenue PTO directly at aaespto@naugatuck.k12.ct.us)

 

  • Check out the Andrew Avenue PTO Facebook page - search for Andrew Avenue Elementary School PTO and ask to join us!

 

As always, if you have any questions, please call the school office at (203) 720-5221.