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Join us Monday, July 13th @ the NEW Starbucks on Boat Club Rd. and help support scholarships for students or simply donate here: donatenow.networkforgood.org/ems
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Note* there will not be a student "grab and go" serving on this Friday from EMS-due to the 4th of July holiday. Please read below for more details.EMS ISD will not be serving student "grab and go" meals on Friday, July 3, due to the Fourth of July holiday. Meals for Friday, July 3, will be handed out on Thursday, July 2, and will include Thursday's lunch, Friday's breakfast and lunch, and Monday's breakfast. Meal pickup will resume on Monday, July 6. For more information about student meal locations and times, visit www.emsisd.com/Page/47570. ... See MoreSee Less

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District PostThis week, the Texas Commissioner of Education provided a general pathway for the 2020-2021 school year. While more details are still to come, EMS ISD will offer two learning options – in-person learning or remote learning. The graphic below provides a quick reference guide to EMS ISD’s school year plan. There are still many questions that cannot be answered at this time. The Education Commissioner will be providing additional details regarding in-person learning options. We also will be receiving information regarding sports, fine arts, transportation, personal protective equipment, group activities, etc. As the district receives guidance from state and local health authorities, it is also essential that we listen to the voices of our families and community. Please visit www.emsisd.com/return20202021 for more information and to complete the parent survey about your and your child's experience with distance learning this past semester, as well as your thoughts for the reopening of schools for the 2020-2021 school year. You can expect an update on our plans to be shared with you during the week of July 13. #EveryMemberSafe ... See MoreSee Less

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Please Share *** Tarrant Area Food Bank-with a Zero Touch Mobile Food Pantry is available to anyone needing food. No need for ID, no proof of residency. Location: The Creek @ 4901 N Main St @ 1 p.m. Saturday, June 27th.

We support every aspect of a child's learning experience and to ensure each student is cared for we need your help during this difficult time.
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Congratulations Mr. Hardy and Mr. Parrish! ... See MoreSee Less

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Please Share *** Tarrant Area Food Bank-with a Zero Touch Mobile Food Pantry is available to anyone needing food. No need for ID, no proof of residency. Location: The Table @ 6011 Bailey Boswell Rd @ 5p.m. Wednesday, June 24th. Today!

We support every aspect of a child's learning experience and to ensure each student is cared for we need your help during this difficult time.
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Please Share *** Tarrant Area Food Bank-with a Zero Touch Mobile Food Pantry is available to anyone needing food. No need for ID, no proof of residency. Location: The Lighthouse fellowship @ 7200 Robertson Rd @ 4p.m. today, Monday, June 22nd.

We support every aspect of a child's learning experience and to ensure each student is cared for we need your help during this difficult time.
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Happy Independence Day! We hope everyone in our #emscommunity has a fun and safe Fourth of July with your families! ... See MoreSee Less

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Class of 2020 graduates and families can visit the EMS ISD Graduation 2020 webpage for some final graduation keepsakes!

Download graduation ceremony videos and photo slideshows for free! Physical copies are available for purchase.

Photo proofs and order forms have been sent previously via email from Glamourcraft, but there’s still time to review the photos and purchase formal graduation portraits. More information is available through this website --->>> www.emsisd.com/Page/47757

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EMS ISD campus and district offices will be closed July 3-10. All email and voice messages will be answered when we return on Monday, July 13. Although the district will be closed that week, student summer meals will still be served with curbside pickup July 6-10. Due to COVID-19, when we return on July 13, all campuses and district offices will remain closed to the public. For assistance and questions, please continue to reach out to your campuses through email, Let's Talk, or by phone. You can expect an update on our plans for the 2020-2021 school year to be shared with you during the week of July 13. We hope everyone has a happy Fourth of July holiday! ... See MoreSee Less

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EMS ISD will not be serving student "grab and go" meals on Friday, July 3, due to the Fourth of July holiday. Meals for Friday, July 3, will be handed out on Thursday, July 2, and will include Thursday's lunch, Friday's breakfast and lunch, and Monday's breakfast. Meal pickup will resume on Monday, July 6. For more information about student meal locations and times, visit www.emsisd.com/Page/47570. ... See MoreSee Less

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Construction on the newest EMS ISD campus is almost complete!
Copper Creek Elementary will open this fall to students who choose in-person learning. Take a behind the scenes tour of the new school with Dr. Chadwell and Copper Creek principal, Mrs. Beene. #emsproud
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This week, the Texas Commissioner of Education provided a general pathway for the 2020-2021 school year. While more details are still to come, EMS ISD will offer two learning options – in-person learning or remote learning. The graphic below provides a quick reference guide to EMS ISD’s school year plan. There are still many questions that cannot be answered at this time. The Education Commissioner will be providing additional details regarding in-person learning options. We also will be receiving information regarding sports, fine arts, transportation, personal protective equipment, group activities, etc. As the district receives guidance from state and local health authorities, it is also essential that we listen to the voices of our families and community. Please visit www.emsisd.com/return20202021 for more information and to complete the parent survey about your and your child's experience with distance learning this past semester, as well as your thoughts for the reopening of schools for the 2020-2021 school year. You can expect an update on our plans to be shared with you during the week of July 13. #EveryMemberSafe ... See MoreSee Less

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EMS ISD and the Board of Trustees are proud to announce the approval of two new building dedications honoring former EMS ISD educators Jared Hardy and Terry Parrish. Formal naming ceremonies will be scheduled later in the fall for the Jared Hardy Performing Arts Center at Chisholm Trail High School and the Terry Parrish Band Hall at Wayside Middle School. We are #emsproud! To read more about these honorees, visit ow.ly/sI6i50AgwD3. ... See MoreSee Less

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See the City of Saginaw's post below for water safety tips for the swim season. #EveryMemberSafeHelpful Water Safety Tips for the Swim Season

We encourage everyone to be especially careful as we enter the hot summer season – here are some tips to help prevent drowning tragedies:

Learn to swim and teach your children to swim. Enroll in age-appropriate water orientation and learn-to-swim courses, as well as first aid and CPR courses. Local YMCAs and other locations such offer classes for kids as young as 2 months old

Actively supervise children whenever around water – even if lifeguards are present.
• Momentary distractions such as phone calls, using the restroom, or someone at the door can provide enough time for a child to access the pool and quietly slip under water.

• Use a designated adult to be responsible for actively watching the pool or lake area.
o Even use a visual cue for who is the designated watcher such having the water supervisor carry a life jacket as a reminder for both the watcher and those around them to prevent them from becoming distracted.
If you have a pool, secure it with appropriate barriers.

• Many children who drown in home pools were out of sight for less than five minutes and in the care of one or both parents at the time. Install a four-sided barrier, such as a fence with self-closing gates completely surrounding the pool.

• If the house forms the fourth side of the barrier, install alarms on doors leading to the pool area to prevent children from wandering into the pool or spa. Also install safety covers and perimeter or in-water alarms as additional layers of protection.

Practice safe habits in and around the water:
• Teach children to always ask permission to go near water.

• Know how and when to call 9-1-1.

• Remove floats, balls and other toys from the pool and surrounding area immediately after use.
o The presence of these toys may encourage children to enter the pool area or lean over the pool and potentially fall in.
Know how to respond to water emergency:

• Seconds count—learn CPR.
o CPR performed by bystanders has been shown to save lives and improve outcomes in drowning victims.
o The more quickly CPR is started, the better the chance of improved outcomes.

• If a child is missing, check the water first. Seconds count in preventing death or disability.

• If someone is in the water and needs help, reach or throw something out to them. Don’t go in unless you are trained.

• If the drowning is in a lake, find a landmark where the victim went underwater that is not subject to wind or tides. Knowing where exactly to start a search will speed the process.

• Have rescue and first aid equipment available at the pool
o Such as reaching or throwing equipment, a cell phone, life jackets and a first aid kit.

The Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition has resources for water safety and drowning prevention: fwdpc.org/

For more information and drowning prevention tips, you can also visit:
www.nsc.org/home-safety/tools-resources/seasonal-safety/drowning
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Summer break is an important time for students to keep reading to retain knowledge and literacy skills. Students of all ages can find age-appropriate reading materials in the myON Digital Library. For more information about myON and for login details, visit app.peachjar.com/flyers/996596/schools/24961. Additionally, required summer reading assignments for 2020-2021 high school students enrolled in Pre-AP and AP English Language Arts classes can be found at www.emsisd.com/Page/38608. #EMSREADS ... See MoreSee Less

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If your family is in need of food, check out Community Link. #emscommunity! ... See MoreSee Less

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