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News, Information, and Updates for Primary, Discovery, and Millennium Charter Schools
A Message from our CEO, Carolyn Woods
This is a busy time of the year, especially for our seniors! The countdown is on, just four more weeks to go. Here are some important dates to remember:
April 28, 2023- Early Release Day for all students
April 28, 2023- PROM
May 5, 2023 -Early Release Day for all students
May 20, 2023- MHS Graduation
May 29, 2023- Memorial Day Holiday, no school
June 19, 2023- Juneteenth Holiday, no school
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This year seems to be just flying by. As we begin to prepare for next year, we would like to remind our current 6th-grade parents that all incoming seventh-graders must be up to date with his/her required immunizations.
As required by California law, (Health and Safety Code 120325 – 120375), parents need to provide proof of receiving the Tdap vaccine (Pertussis – Whooping Cough Booster).
All students entering 7th – 12th grades must have proof of a Tdap booster shot. Documentation must state the shot was given on or after their 7th birthday. This means ALL current 6th graders must get up to date.
It is important that you begin now, to ensure your child get their vaccination and to avoid appointment delays.
Receiving the immunizations and ensuring they are up to date now, will not only protect them against Pertussis, but also ensure class placement and prevent exclusion from school in the coming year. No students will be allowed to attend school next year without up to date immunizations.
Remember to ask your physician about other vaccines your child may need, and bring your child’s yellow immunization card to the visit. Please return a copy of ALL up to date immunizations to Kay Fagundes in the school office before May 19, 2023.
For questions, please call your primary physician today or call the San Joaquin County Public Health Services Program, at (209) 468-3481.
Again, no students will be allowed to attend school next year, without up-to-date immunizations. We are requesting TDaP proof to be brought to the office by May 19, 2023.
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Separation anxiety, or difficulty being away from a parent or caregiver, is a normal developmental stage that tends to be most common around 8 to 24 months. However, children can experience anxiety or distress related to separation from a parent or caregiver at any point throughout childhood (and even into adulthood). Yet even when they know that separation anxiety is normal and may even signal that your child has a healthy bond with you, most parents would like to find a way to make separation less painful for their children and for themselves.
Check out the following link for tips for preventing and addressing separation anxiety:
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