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December 7th-12th Eagle Eye​​​
December 7th-12th Eagle Eye​​​
Zachary Davidson
Tuesday, December 08, 2020

Checkout our December 7th-12th Eagle Eye

The Christmas Dilemma Faith Gathering Performances:  Please join us as we celebrate the true meaning of the season.  There is no cost for admission, but seating will be limited.  You must sign up each person who is attending by using this link

 

Christmas Gram: Support the DCS Drama Department by purchasing a Christmas Gram.  Information went out with your child this past week or you can use this link.

 

Return to School Physician or Healthcare Provider Form: If your child has visited their physician or Health Care Provider for illness symptoms in order to return to school, you may have their physician or healthcare provider complete this form: Return to School Physician or Healthcare Provider Form.

 

Mask Clarification: Below is the OSHA guidance we have been given for face coverings.  Several facemasks and shields are available and some are more effective than others.  Currently, our adherence to the requirements of the Oregon Health Authority outlined in the Ready Schools Safe Learners is what is permitting us to operate, so I am providing their description of effective face coverings for your review below.  

 

OSHA Guidance Face Covering – means a cloth, polypropylene, paper or other covering that covers the nose and the mouth and that rests snugly above the nose, below the mouth, and on the sides of the face. Coverings that incorporate a valve that is designed to facilitate easy exhalation, mesh masks, lace masks or other coverings with openings, holes, visible gaps in the design or material, or vents are not appropriate face coverings (even if otherwise appropriate for respiratory protection) because they allow droplets to be released from the covering.

 

Exceptions have been given for students with medical conditions, which do not permit them to wear a mask or for early elementary students who wear a face shield so their acquisition of language development is not encumbered as a result of a mask.