Shall East China School District, St. Clair County, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Two Million Eight Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($2,810,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefore, in one or more series, for the purpose of purchasing school buses?
<<Click here>> to watch a 4 minute video explaining the proposal.
<<Click here>> for a printable informational flyer.Question? Contact: Steven Skalka, Superintendent
ZOMBIE FUN RUN! Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Everyone welcome! St. Clair Middle School 4335 Yankee Road St. Clair, MI 48079. Entry Fee $15.00. On Race Day $20.00. Family $50.00. Distance 3.1. The East China School District Endowment Fund is managed by the Community Foundation of St. Clair County to benefit East China School District students. To learn more, visit ecsd.us and click East China Educational Foundation located under the District tab. Costumes welcome! Special awards for best costume in each category: Elementary: up to 5th grade, Middle School: Grades 6-8, High School: Grades 9-12, Adult Lighted Hats will be provided. Start of Race 7:00 PM St. Clair Middle School. No locker rooms or shower facilities. Race will NOT be canceled due to weather. Race will not be timed.
Please follow this link to register. http://register.raceservices.com/search/event.aspx?id=29508
On Tuesday, October 7th our High School Marching Bands competed in the MSBOA District XVI Marching Band Festival at Memorial Stadium in Port Huron. At the Festival, Marching Bands are adjudicated by three judges one in each of the following captions: Music, Marching and General Effect Showmanship. A group may enter any classification the director chooses. A final rating is determined by a predominance of ratings. Each band has a 15 minute block of time to enter the field, perform their show and exit the field.
The Mariner's theme was Walt Disney's The Sounds of Fantasia. The Saints' theme was Monte Python and the Holy Grail. Both Schools Earned Division I ratings.
The healthychildren.org website published an article outlining what parents need to know about Enteroviruses. Here are a few snipets of the article. The whole article can be read on their website: http://healthychildren.org.
Currently, there are no cases of Enterovirus D68 in St. Clair County.
Enterovirus D68 is not new. It was first isolated in 1962 but has been rarely reported since then. Enteroviruses of various types cause about 10 to15 million infections each year in the US, usually in the late summer or early fall. This year's outbreak includes a new type that has been associated with many cases throughout the US causing unusually severe respiratory disease in some children.
How are enteroviruses spread?
Enteroviruses are spread by close contact with an infected person. You can also become infected by touching objects or surfaces that have the virus on them and then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes.
How are enteroviruses treated?
The vast majority of children with enteroviruses such as EV-D68 have mild symptoms and do not need any medical care beyond what is done for the common cold. A number of children with asthma and even some without a prior history of wheezing have had unusually severe cases of EV-D68 resulting in hospitalization; some requiring treatment in the intensive care unit.
Children with high fever and those with cold symptoms lasting longer than 7-10 days should talk with their pediatrician. Those with difficulty breathing should seek emergency care.
Important information for children with asthma:
This virus seems to be particularly hard on children's lungs. Therefore, it is especially important for children previously diagnosed with asthma to follow their asthma action plans and communicate with their primary care provider to know what to do if they get into a yellow or red zone.
To reduce the risk of infection with enteroviruses:
Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, especially after changing diapers.â€‹
Avoid touching, eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid kissing, hugging, and sharing cups or eating utensils with people who are sick.
Disinfect frequently touched surfaces, such as toys and doorknobs, especially if someone is sick.
Stay home when feeling sick, and consult with your health care provider.
Skylert is East China School Districtâ€™s automated phone message delivery system. Skylert is used to notify parents about important, time sensitive information including: school closings, unexcused absences, lunch account balances and even missing homework assignments. Parents have control over both the content (which notifications) and the format (how those are shared) of the notifications.
You can change your Skylert preferences by logging into Skyward Family Access and click on the Skylert menu item.
After you have clicked on the Skylert menu item you can adjust your notification preferences.
When finished make sure you click on the â€śSaveâ€ť button located in the upper right.
The same Skylert preferences are used for all of your children. You only need to set your preferences once.
If you need to change your contact information, contact your childâ€™s school.
Skylert does support Text Messaging. Before signing up, please keep in mind that standard texting rates apply.