PAR Meeting Friday December 5, 9:00am
Friday is the last PAR meeting of 2014! Join us to get an update on the goings-on at RMS, including the new building, holiday activities, teacher grants, Showcase, and many other topics. We hope to see you there!
— Shop online at Amazon, Nordstrom, Itunes, American Eagle and many, many more to earn money for RMS!
Hundreds of your favorite online stores will donate a percentage of your purchases to RMS. (Many donate 6% or more!) It’s easy: go to eScrip.com, click on “Online Mall” in the upper right of the home page, and start shopping. You don’t need to use an eScrip-registered card for your purchases, but you do need to register for eScrip and designate Roosevelt Middle School (ID #6723045) as your group. To make online earnings even easier, download “ForgetMeNot for eScrip” from the Online Mall page. With ForgetMeNot, you don’t need to remember to start your shopping from eScrip’s Online Mall; the donations are automatic. So, before you start holiday shopping please take a few moments to visit eScrip.com‘s Online Mall.
If you still need to sign up for eScrip:
1. Go to www.escrip.com
2. Identify Roosevelt Middle School, ID #67230454 as the recipient of the merchant’s donation.
3. Register the numbers of your debit, credit, and Safeway Club cards.
4. Use those debit, credit, and club cards to make your usual purchases at participating stores.
If you are already signed up for eScrip, thank you! If you did it some time ago, though, please check and make sure your registered card information is current, and that Roosevelt Middle School is your eScrip group.
Questions? Please contact eScrip Coordinator, Hildy Tritch, email@example.com. Thank you for supporting RMS through your participation in eScrip!
Researcher and Eugene Japanese American Memorial Committee member Aimee Yogi will relate the Hood River story to Executive Order 9066 and its application to registrants in Lane County. She will also relate UO Dean Karl Onthank’s stand against the relocation order.
Admission is $5 adults, $3 seniors, $1 youth 15-17, children 14 and under are FREE. For more information call 541-682-4242 or visit www. lanecountyhistoricalsociety. org. Discount tickets are available. Please call to inquire.
REPEATED FROM PREVIOUS WEEKS
To: Parents & Guardians
You may wish to monitor your student for head lice a little more frequently in the coming weeks, as there have been some recent cases among students at school.
Screen all household members close to scalp line for nits (lice eggs) and for live lice. Use really good lighting and pay close attention to area behind ears and at nape of neck. Pictures are available at the web site www.hsph.harvard.edu/headlice.html . If in doubt, or you see nits, please consult with your health care provider, school health clinic, or school nurse. Look for tear shaped, yellowish eggs firmly glued to the hair shaft. See diagram in attachment from the CDC website www.dpd.cdc.gov. Nits are tiny, smaller than the head of a straight pin.
February 3-10 (7 nights)