Wildcat Connection #4 Thursday, October 9, 2014
PEE WEE GIRLS BASKETBALL - Waterford Pee Wee Girls Basketball is hosting third and fourth grade games at Waterford High School on October 11th. Please come out and support our girls.
POETRY ALIVE - The PTO is sponsoring a visit from Poetry Alive. They will be here Friday, October 17th and give three performances
RIF - Reading is Fundamental book distribution is next Monday, October 13th. We thank the American Legion Auxiliary Unit #389 for providing this much appreciated program.
POSTER AND ESSAY WINNERS- Congratulations to the following students
for being selected as first and second place winners of the Beverly
Volunteer Fire Dept. Fire Prevention Contest. Winners and their families
will be guests at the annual fire prevention pancake breakfast on
Sunday, October 12th.
BAND HALF TIME SHOW - The Waterford Wildcat Pride Marching Band will be performing their half time show at 2:00 p.m. October 31st before the Halloween Parties.
ROOM MOTHER HALLOWEEN PARTY - The Halloween parties will be held Friday, October 31st at 2:30 p.m. Students will parade their costumes around the parking lot.
REVOLUTIONARY WAR LIVING HISTORY DAY - 4th Graders will be visiting the River Museum and Mound Cemetery in Marietta, on Wednesday, October 15th.
FARM CITY DAY - 5th Graders will be attending the 19th Annual Farm City Day held at the Schramm Dairy Farm on Thursday, October 16th. This is always an enjoyable and informative day for our students.
LOST AND FOUND - There are a lot of jackets, sweatshirts and hoodies that have been left at school. If your child has lost an item, please check out the lost and found.
THE NURSE - Many people are fearful of the EV-D68 virus that is
spreading rapidly across the nation. It is caused by an enterovirus
and there are over 100 types. This one is not new, it has just resurfaced.
Most people will only have cold symptoms (runny nose, cough and low
grade fever) and it will last about a week. Those at the most risk
are children with asthma. The CDC recommends that children with asthma
stay on their preventative medications, pay close attention to symptoms
and see their physician with any change in symptoms.