Below is the link to view the Mighty Spartan as it gets ready to take off on its grand adventure!
The GPS is now “pinging” and picking up our signal. If you zoom in on the map you can see just how many times we have moved the GPS around on our grounds trying to get the signal to be picked up.
Please visit the website frequently and share it with our students.
The Mighty Spartan will remain on site through today and tomorrow before it goes off on its grand adventure.
Start saving your cash now! Coming December 15th-19th! The gifts include licensed sports items, jewelry and other licensed gift items. What a great opportunity for the students to gain experience in selecting and purchasing items and in handling money. Each student will soon receive a flyer and money envelope to take home and assist in planning for the shop.
Understanding Youth Suicide: The Relationship Between Bullying and Suicide and What Parents Can Do To Prevent It.
This event is open to the public
Location: Everett Meredith Middle School
When: November 17, 2014 @ 7pm-8pm
In Delaware, suicide is the third leading cause of death for young people. In an effort to address this issue, Delaware Guidance Services, through a state-supported Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grant, has been providing Suicide Awareness Programs for middle school students, as well as adults who work closely with youth throughout the state. In an effort to keep you informed with the most current information about youth suicide, how we can develop resiliency in our youth, and the relationship between bullying and youth suicide, we will be offering a parent presentation on Monday, November 17th at 7pm at Meredith Everett Middle School. The program will cover information such as understanding the myths and facts about youth suicide, recognizing the warning signs of suicide, what to do if you notice warning signs, how to talk to youth about suicide and suicide prevention, the relationship between bullying and suicide, and what parents can do to empower their children against bullying.
Presented By: Malia K. Boone, LPCMH, NCC
Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator
The DPH asked school districts to share information about the facts and myths involving Ebola, and reminders to perform everyday common hygiene practices, such as careful hand washing and using alcohol-based sanitizers. Lake Forest nurses are well-informed and trained to follow the guidelines provided by DPH. (Public Service Announcement-Ebola) DPH’s Homepage-http://dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dph/index.html