If your child has any of the symptoms on this checklist, you must keep your child home from school and contact your pediatrician to determine whether a COVID test is required or not. If your child is symptomatic, he/she either needs to be tested or evaluated by a doctor and released with a clearance note documenting an alternative diagnosis.
When you communicate with the school regarding anything medically related, please include Nurse LeBlanc and Karen McDavitt. Please clearly state your child's full name and homeroom teacher. All COVID test results need to be sent to Nurse LeBlanc for her review. Please cc Karen McDavitt on all results as Nurse LeBlanc is not in the office until 8:35am and does not work on the weekends.
All additional health and safety information can be found on our Health Services website
We are hosting our annual Lantern Walk on Friday October 22nd from 6-8 p.m. We are encouraging the kids to make their lanterns at home. Here is a simple way to Make a Lantern. We are still looking for a couple of volunteers for setup and breakdown. Please reach out to the Glover PTO, GloverPTO@Gmail.com if you would like to volunteer.
1. Please refer to the MPS Opening Guide 2021-2022 for all questions relating to COVID-19 and for the current school year. Be assured that you are not navigating this school year alone. We are here to help! Our dedicated nurses will guide you and your student through any instance of COVID-19 symptoms, if they are named as a close contact, or become COVID-19 positive. Thank you for your steadfast support; we appreciate you helping MPS provide a safe learning environment for all.
2. A wonderful landing page for all things “back to school” is https://www.miltonps.org/about/back-school. Access this page for information about transportation, back to school FAQs, important dates, and more.
3. If you were unable to attend Open House, be sure to visit our Open House website. Here, you will find lots of information about your child's classroom and the school in general. It was SO wonderful to see the building full of Glover Grown Ups! We hope you appreciated the casual format that allowed for more personal connections to happen. Glover Glowed Gold that night and it was spectacular!
These messages of encouragement, positivity, kindness, and empathy line our hallways and we thought you would enjoy seeing our smiling faces and knowing what it means to be a Glover Kid!
Karen McDavitt, Principal, email@example.com
Melissa Craven, Assistant Principal/Curriculum Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Woods, Administrative Assistant, email@example.com
Elizabeth Bowen, Team Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen LeBlanc, School Nurse, email@example.com
Brian Powers, Adjustment Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Howley, Adjustment Counselor, email@example.com
Marti McKenna, Family Outreach Liason, firstname.lastname@example.org
21-22 School Year Calendar (Revised 2/24/21)
Please take some time to review this Arrival and Dismissal Protocol. It contains visuals that will be helpful for families, particularly those planning to arrive via the live car line. We will continue to have three forms of arrival: walking, bus, and car line. All walkers will enter through the front doors this year (as opposed to multiple doors last year). All bus students will continue to arrive via the front circle and enter through the front doors. All car line students will continue to snake through the front parking lot and into the back parking lot where they will disembark with the support of staff and enter through the back school doors.You can watch our kick-off video here.
All students are eligible to receive one free breakfast and one free lunch each school day. For an additional charge of $0.50, a milk or bottled water can be purchased on a student's myschooolbucks account. If you have any questions, please email Jackie Morgan at email@example.com.
As a reminder, all of MPS continues to be nut-free.