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    Monday, January 22-Friday, January 26

    Great Kindness Challenge

     

    Friday, January 26 Club Day

     

     

    Tuesday, January 30

    Schoolwide Spelling Bee Frankie Thomas Library

     

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    Tuesday, February 13

    Students of the Month Luncheon

    at the Levee sponsored by

    Regions Bank

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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STI Home Portal

  • The STI HOME component of INOW is now available for use by parents and students. From this point forward the program will be known as INOW Parent Portal.  To use the program you must first obtain a user name and password, which will be sent home from the school. To access the program, go to https://inow.tcss.net/informationnow. For detailed instructions on how to access INOW Parent Portal click here. INOW Parent Portal can be accessed through any device with internet access, including smartphones and iPads.

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    ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    NEWS RELEASE

    Avoid getting and spreading flu to others; telephone your health care provider unless symptoms are severe

    Alabama is experiencing widespread influenza (flu) activity, and hospitals are at or over normal patient capacity due in large part to the number of patients presenting with seasonal influenza-like symptoms.  Emergency departments and outpatient clinics are also seeing very high volumes of patients. At this time, this is not a pandemic flu situation, but a major seasonal flu situation.

    To avoid getting and spreading the flu, the Alabama Department of Public Health urges the general public to follow do10 Fight the Flu actions, for example:

    ·Get flu vaccine, it is not too late
    ·Stay at home if you have a fever

    • Wash your hands
    • Cover your cough and sneeze
    • Clean and disinfect
    • Learn home care

    Flu can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. The flu is different from a cold. The flu usually comes on suddenly. People who have the flu often feel some or all of these symptoms:

    • Fever or feeling feverish/chills
    • Cough
    • Sore throat
    • Runny or stuffy nose
    • Muscle or body aches
    • Headaches
    • Fatigue (tiredness)
    • Some people may have vomiting and diarrhea, although this is more common in children than adults.

    For people with mild to moderate flu or flu-like symptoms, please do not go to your doctor’s office without calling first and do not go to the emergency room. Please call your doctor to see if you are eligible for antivirals without an appointment. Many insurance companies now have a “call a provider” service to help with mild to moderate illnesses; please take advantage of this service before going to doctor or hospital.  Mild to moderate cases of the flu usually do not require a hospital visit. Patients who do visit an emergency department or outpatient clinic should be aware of long wait times

    Employers and schools that require doctor excuses for absences are asked to waive this requirement during this time to encourage those who are sick to stay home and not spread disease.

    Acting State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris will conduct a press conference on Friday afternoon to provide additional information about Alabama’s flu situation.  

    Visit alabamapublichealth.gov/immunization for more information on ways to avoid getting and spreading the flu and do10 Fight the Flu actions, go to http://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/influenza/prevention.htmland flu disease and vaccine, go to http://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/immunization/assets/Influenza_Disease_and_Vac_Flyer.pdf.


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    Change in Yearly Calendar:

    Monday, February 19th will be a make up day for

    students and employees for the day out missed in

    December due to snow.

     

     

    CONGRATULATIONS

     JANUARY

    STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

     

    January

    6th: Angel Ash and Gatlin Chichester

    7th: Emma Chambless and Ahmed Saeds

    8th: Mariana Illescas and Javonte Smith

     

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    Collins-Riverside Middle School is proud to be a recipient of a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant through the Alabama State Department of Education. The 21st CCLC is a collaboration between CRMS and Tuscaloosa’s One Place. All families with students in grades 6-8 are encouraged to make application and attend this excellent, multi-faceted enrichment program. The program operates Monday – Thursday, 3:02 – 5:00 PM and transportation home is provided. There is a cost to attend, however, scholarships are available. Students may join at any time! For more information, please contact Meg Eubanks @ meubanks@tuscaloosaoneplace.org

    This is a wonderful opportunity for the families of our community and we hope you will consider taking part!

     

     

     

     
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