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Published by Evelyn Keene on September 12, 2017
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Wellness Tip: Eat More Fruits & Veggies
Published by Evelyn Keene on September 12, 2017
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Most people know that eating fruits and vegetables is important for good health, but most of us still aren’t getting enough. This September, let’s participate in Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month. Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer, maintain or reach a healthy weight, and keep your body strong and active. Here are some ideas to help you and your family fit more fruits and vegetables into your day. Try keeping a bowl of fruit handy where the whole family can see it, cut up fruits and veggies ahead of time so they’re ready for quick, healthy snacks, and challenge your family to try a new veggie or fruit every week. Remember, eating more fruits and veggies can be fun and worth it!

        
Wellness Tip: Stop Wasting Food
Published by Evelyn Keene on September 5, 2017
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Yellow sticky note hanging on bulletin board that reads Stop Wasting Food!Does the disaster in Texas by Hurricane Harvey make you feel a little more grateful for the things you have? Let’s always be mindful not to be wasteful. Reduce your food waste by planning a weekly menu, making a grocery list, or freezing extra food. This could save you big money each year! Post Let’s Talk Trash to inform students and staff about food loss and waste. Learn tips on how to Plan Your Weekly Meals and check out the USDA’s FoodKeeper App to alert you to use food items before they are likely to spoil. For more healthful tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

Tip of the Week from MyPlate.gov

 

        
Gallberry Farm Visitation Policy
Published by Evelyn Keene on September 1, 2017
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Please click  to view the new visitation policy:

GFES Visitation Policy

These policies and procedures are first and foremost for the safety of our students and staff but they also address the safety of our visitors. It is crucial that we are able to account for all people on campus at all times. Safety is always our number one priority. We know our Gallberry Families have this very same priority. Thank you in advance for helping us in this and all our endeavors.

Dawn Collins
Principal

        
Every Minute Counts!
Published by Evelyn Keene on September 1, 2017
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Registration Requirements
Published by Evelyn Keene on August 25, 2017
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SCH_SchoolRegistrationAll students must be the age of 5 on or before August 31 of the year in which they are presented for enrollment are entitled to attend school in the attendance area in which they are domiciled.

All students under the age of 21 years who are domiciled in a school administrative unit who have not been removed from school for cause, or have not obtained a high school diploma are entitled to attend school in attendance area in which they are domiciled. Read more

        
Car Rider Protocol
Published by Evelyn Keene on August 24, 2017
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Carpool Lane

Carpool Lane

When picking up or dropping off your child(ren) at school safety is our number one priority.  We have streamlined this procedure to help ease this transition.

  • Parents should stay with their cars and pick up their car riders in the car lane.
  •  When on campus please adhere to the 10 mph speed limit and refrain from using your cellular device.
  •  Please follow the directions of school employees who are directing the flow of traffic.
  •  Only cross in the Gator Crosswalk.
  •  When dropping off your child(ren) in the mornings, please pull forward to accommodate the maximum amount of cars in our drop off lane.
 Thanks for your assistance in these matters.

 

        
Important Reminder!!!
Published by Evelyn Keene on August 24, 2017
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Parents, please do not drop off students at the school before 8:00 am. There is no supervision before 8:00 am.

Safety is our #1 priority.  Help us keep our students safe.

Thanks for you support

 

        
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