March is Poison Prevention and Medicine Safety Month
March's health lesson is all about poison prevention and medicine safety. Students in Kindergarten and afternoon preschool will be coming home with a New England Poison Center magnet and brochure for parents to read over. In the classroom, we will be going over what poisons are and discussing that students should tell a grown up if they find something that looks like candy, because it could be a medicine. We will watch a short 6 minute video which can be found at:
During the month of February, I will be going into the afternoon preschool classrooms to talk about winter safety. We will discuss what types of clothes to wear for the cold weather, safety equipment for winter sports, and frostbite. For Kindergarten classrooms only, we will be taking the ...Read the rest of this topic
My name is Shelly Kayser and I am a registered nurse. This is my 5th year at Glen Lake School. Prior to working at Glen Lake I worked in hospitals in California and Massachusetts in Med/Surg/Tele, Observation, and IMC/ICU. I am also a certified early childhood education teacher. I graduated ...Read the rest of this topic
During the month of January the students will learn about dental health. I will be teaching a lesson in every Kindergarten and afternoon preschool class about keeping your teeth healthy. In Kindergarten we will read a book called Sugarbug Doug by Dr. Ben Magleby and discuss how to brush your ...Read the rest of this topic
Please remember to send in any new medical paperwork that your child receives from his or her physical, including recent vaccines. Thank you!
During the month of December I will be visiting the Kindergarten and afternoon preschool classes to talk about healthy eating. Kids are never too young to learn how to eat healthy. We will talk about the snacks they bring to school and whether or not they think they are healthy. We will also ...Read the rest of this topic
Also in the month of October, the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile van will be visiting Glen Lake on October 17th. Interest forms have gone home to all students. This service is for students through age 21 who do not have a dental care home (regular dentist) OR for students who are on NH Medicaid or...Read the rest of this topic