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Mrs. Ann Funck BSN, RN, NCSN/School Nurse
Phone 609-723-2139 ext. 3 FAX 609-723-2280
Please email any questions you have and I will get back to you. Stay safe!
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* Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow* Avoid touching your face* Clean frequently-touched surfaces.Because the coronavirus is so easily spread, staying home will keep you and your family from being exposed in the community. If people all get sick at the same time, our doctors, nurses, emergency responders and hospitals would not be able to keep up. Flattening the curse means preventing a rapid spike in cases like the pink curve in the picture below. Instead, we want to slow the virus from spreading. By protecting ourselves, we give scientists more time to work on a cure, develop a vaccine and to not overwhelm our health care system. We all need to work as a team to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe.03-20-2020
03-19-2020Video about Coronavirus for children: Click hereARTICLE ON SOCIAL DISTANCING: Click hereThere are many reliable sources with information on the COVID-19 virus.The Center for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and the NJ Department of Health update their websites dailyAttendance LinePLEASE CALL THE SCHOOL BY 9:00 AM IF YOUR CHILD WILL BE ABSENT723-2139 ext. 2Important Reminders:
Please keep your pink Student Emergency Information Card up to date.
Students must have a physical examination before they can participate in sports. Your child was given a packet with all of the necessary forms at the beginning of the year. Please be sure to have both you and your student-athlete read through the packet.
Forms are available in the "Forms" section of the website.