The 2017-2018 Myrtlewood Melodies have been selected. The list of students chosen is posted in front of the school. If your child was selected, more information will be going home next week. The first practice will be Wednesday, August 30th with a parent meeting at 4:00. We look forward to a wonderful year!
Parent Night will be Tuesday, August 22nd from 6:00pm.-7:00pm.
Join us for this important night set aside so that you are able to visit with your child's teachers and learn about their grade level expectations. We will begin with a short title 1 meeting and then dismiss to classrooms.
The Myrtlewood Elementary Faculty and Staff Welcome You Back To School!
IMPORTANT 2017-2018 HEALTH ASSESSMENT DOCUMENTATION CHANGE:
ANY STUDENT WITH NOTED HEALTH CONDITIONS ON THE HEALTH PORTION OF INFOSNAP/ HEALTH ASSESSMENT FORMS WILL REQUIRE VERIFICATION/ DOCUMENTATION FROM THEIR PHYSICIAN, PRIOR TO THE DEVELOPMENT OR CONTINUATION OF A HEALTH CARE-PLAN. PLEASE PROVIDE THE LATTER DOCUMENTATION TO YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL NURSE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, PREFERABLY PRIOR TO STUDENTS' FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.
- A Physician's note will be required in order to confirm students' medical diagnosis.
- This note will NOT be required on an annual basis; however, any medical updates on a student's condition should be provided to the school nurse annually.
- Any student whom we do not receive a medical diagnosis confirmation on from the Physician, will be placed in a 'disabled mode' in INOW.
- All students prescribed daily and/ or 'as needed' medication, are already required to submit updated Physician orders each school year; therefore, these students will NOT requireadditional medical documentation.
Alabama Teacher of the Year School Nominee: Morgan Grandolfo
Jacksonville State Teacher of the Year School Nominee: Samantha L. Harbin
Support Staff of the Year: Kelly Lancaster
Jacksonville State Tuscaloosa County System Winner: Samantha L. Harbin
Nick’s Kids Foundation hosts a Teacher Awards Luncheon honoring outstanding teachers in the Tuscaloosa area. As a former teacher herself, Ms. Terry Saban knows the hard work and dedication that these men and women display every day and wants to honor them for their accomplishments in Alabama’s schools. Beth Channell was chosen to be the Myrtlewood Elementary representative. Congratulations Mrs. Channell! You are AWESOME!!!
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