My name is Shelly Kayser and I am a registered nurse. This is my 6th 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 from RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) in 1991 with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, and then the University of Maine at Augusta in 1998 with an Associate's Degree in Nursing. I became a registered nurse in 1998. In November of 2017, I graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a Master's degree in Nursing Education.
During the month of November my health lesson was all about germs. In Kindergarten we swabbed our teacher's hands and 2 objects in the classroom and grew the germs in an incubator in petri dishes. In afternoon preschool we watched a short "Crawford the Cat" video on hand washing and then practiced washing our hands. A handout came home with your student to practice the 5 easy steps to hand washing at home. See below for picture of the germs we grew in one of our classrooms!
This month at Glen Lake I will be teaching about eyes and ears in each Kindergarten classroom as well as afternoon preschool classroom. Goffstown Lions club volunteers will be here to help with our annual vision screening which will be held on October 26th, 2017. Look for more information to come home soon. I will also be conducting hearing screenings throughout the month of October and November, and you will be notified if your child has a hearing issue.
Happy September everyone! I am busy collecting and going through all students' medical paperwork. If you haven't already, please send or bring in your child's latest physical exam and vaccination list. If your child has asthma or food allergies, they will need an allergy or asthma action plan ...Read the rest of this topic
This is Glen Lake's 4th year participating in the Easter Seals 5K. Team Woody's Walkers raised $777.50 for Easter Seals! Thank you to all who donated and supported us!! Our walkers were:
Christine Post, paraprofessional
Kathy Stoyle, principal
Brianna Stoyle, sign language model
Jillian McPhail, special educator
Christine Schwab, Kindergarten teacher
Shelly Kayser, team captain and school nurse
I hope everyone enjoyed Woody's Walk on May 11th! The kids, staff and parents had a busy day with walking around the playground earning stickers, dancing to Zumba, and eating healthy snacks donated by Sully's (apples and bananas), yogurt purchased with a gift card from Hannaford and water ...Read the rest of this topic
During the month of April, the health teaching focus will be Stranger Safety. Due to the sensitive nature of this topic, we will have a presentation by Goffstown Police Department’s School Resource Officer, Jacqueline Pelletier. She will discuss “stranger danger” in a developmentally ...Read the rest of this topic
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
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