At this time we have a flu outbreak in our elementary school with several students and staff being hospitalized. We’d like to send home some reminders about students’ health.
When your child gets sick, keeping them home from school can help them recover faster. It also helps prevent the virus from spreading to other children in the school, which is critical to keeping everyone as healthy as possible. The following guidelines are recommended from the Center of Disease Control:
- FEVER– You must keep your child at home if they have a temperature at or above 37.5 degrees. Wait at least 24 hours after the fever has come down and stabilized without medication to consider sending your child back to school. If they have had a fever the day or night before, please do not send them to school the next day.
- Vomiting and Diarrhea– Wait at least 24 hours after the last episode before considering a return to school.
- Persistent Cough or Sore Throat– A persistent cough is one of the primary ways of spreading a viral infection. If your child has a severe sore throat and a lasting cough, keep them home until the cough is nearly gone or easily controlled.
- Pain- Earaches, stomachaches, headaches, and body aches often indicate that your child is still fighting the flu or are becoming sick. This means that they can easily spread the virus to other children, so it’s best to keep them home until any pain or discomfort has disappeared.
Frequent hand washing, drinking plenty of water and getting enough sleep will help prevent your child from getting sick.
April & May:
April 8: Chakri Day (Observed)
April 10: Songkran Assembly
April 12 – 21: Songkran Holiday
May 3: ISE MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL – Deadline April 29
To submit: Entry Form or email@example.com
May 15: Parent Appreciation Tea- Save the Date!
- March 29 – April 1 THAIMUN Conference
- The middle school student council is in the process of planning a Songkran party at school on Wednesday, April 10. Be on the lookout for updates and finalized plans.
- With the outbreak of the flu in the school, now is a good reminder to check Seesaw regularly for updates.
- April 11– Beach Clean Up
- Earth day is April 22nd. In honor of celebrating our planet we will be having our 2nd annual Beach clean up on Thursday, April 11th in Bang Saen. Grades KG through 5th grade will be participating. Gloves and plastic garbage bags will be provided for the students. ISE students are learning to be responsible global citizens and understand and participate in local and global issues. Waste management is a local and global issue resulting in trash washing up on our beautiful beaches. We’d like to do our part to help clean up our beaches and to help educate others in our community about this issue through our actions.
PTA Snack Shack: April 3: Hot Dog and French Fries
80 baht for MS,HS