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Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD Education Foundation added a new photo — in Saginaw, Texas.
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Look at this guy wearing his EMS Education Foundation swag during his distance learning. Post your favorite outfit from this week. #emsefcares #becausewecare www.emsef.org ... See MoreSee Less

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Please commit to donating through our wishlist on Amazon. Our EMS family is the best!
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One of this year's 21st Century Grant winners, Johannah Edwards a Graphic Design and Animation Instructor @HCTC, sends everyone a little hope with her rendition of Bob Marley's Three Little Birds.
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Show off your creativity with distance learning. Add a photo of your creative set up in the comments below. #emsefcares #becausewecare ... See MoreSee Less

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Get outside today for #NationalWalkingDay
Always practice social distancing and get some exercise.
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Aaron Hudspeth, an architecture and animation teacher at the Hollenstein Career & Technology Center, has some encouraging words for our teacher friends. "Even though we are in tough times I just think, when has difficult ever stopped an educator? The only real change is where you are. Find your happy, the thing that gets you excited, and let that guide you. Cherish the time you have at home with your family since it was otherwise not possible. Remember that you are making a positive impact, even if it is through your computer. Stay safe, stay healthy, have some fun!" ... See MoreSee Less

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Let's see your April Fool's Day pranks in the comments below.
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1 week ago  ·  

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott amended his Executive Order today, calling for all schools in Texas to remain closed until May 4.
EMS ISD facilities will remain closed to the public & all events/activities are canceled until 5/4; distance learning & curbside meal service will continue.
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Mr. Parrish is a long time EMS musical education professional, currently retired after a successful career. Mr. Parrish, along with many former students and parents contribute toward a college scholarship each year. The Parrish Musical Excellence Scholarship is a scholarship designed for musically gifted students with a desire to succeed in a fine arts career. This is a highly competitive scholarship and a distinguished honor to be a recipient. If you would like to contribute toward this scholarship it is very easy to do. Simply visit our website and click on Donate Now! You can select the Parrish scholarship from the dedication list and check out.
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Even with social distancing, there are ways your family can get outside and play to get fresh air and to de-stress. The LiiNK Project emphasizes outdoor, unstructured play daily for at least 15 minutes every hour for proper whole child development, boosting the immune system, and eliminating stress in schools. During this time of staying at home, Liink has put together some ideas that your family can implement. Check them out at www.smore.com/z4x01. While outside, remember to always remain 6 feet away from anyone who is not in your own household. #everymembersafe #EMSdistancelearning ... See MoreSee Less

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We have received confirmation from the Texas Education Agency that we will not have to use the designated Bad Weather Days of April 10 and May 22 as noted on the school calendar to make up days missed due to the COVID-19 building closures. This means that this Friday, April 10, and Friday, May 22, will be student and staff holidays. Please enjoy the upcoming long weekend with your family! #EMSdistancelearning ... See MoreSee Less

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Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD added 6 new photos.
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More awesome learning happening across the district! Keep using #EMSdistancelearning in your social media posts! For more information about distance learning, visit www.emsisd.com/emsdistancelearning. For district updates, visit www.emsisd.com/coronavirus. ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s National Assistant Principals Week! Help honor and thank assistant principals for their contributions to the success of our nation’s students all week long! Visit www.nassp.org/recognition/national-assistant-principals-week/ecards/ to send an e-card to your favorite assistant principal! We love our assistant principals in EMS ISD! #emsproud #APWeek20 ... See MoreSee Less

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To support the EMS Distance Learning plan, interim grading regulations have been designed to continue a culture of high student expectations while remaining flexible and supportive of the home learning environment. The EMS ISD Interim Grading Regulations will be followed for the 2019-2020 spring semester. These regulations will remain in place whether we are able to return to our physical buildings to finish out the school year or if we are compelled to continue distance learning for the remainder of the semester. This information, along with downloadable pdfs of the grading regulations and frequently asked questions, are available on our EMS Distance Learning website, www.emsisd.com/emsdistancelearning. #EMSdistancelearning ... See MoreSee Less

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If you are looking for a way to help those in need, Community Link is accepting donations to help feed hungry families. The easiest way is to make a monetary donation by visiting www.community-link.org/give or texting CLCOVID19 to 50155. #emscommunityWe are hard at work here feeding our hungry neighbors. We are thankful for everyone who has called asking what they can do and the many who have sent donations our way. That is the biggest way to help right now as we anticipate significant growth in neighbors in need next week. If you are able, please give what you can! #fightinghunger #covid19relief #helpusout #givinghope

Go to: www.community-link.org/give or Text: CLCOVID19 to 50155
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To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing:
- Avoid going out in public
- When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others
- Follow guidance provided by local and state officials
Get more information at texas.gov/covid19
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In addition to thanking our EMS ISD teachers, custodial staffs, maintenance workers, child nutrition staffs, nurses, and all staff members who are working to keep our students and families safe, we also want to take a moment to appreciate those who are on the frontlines in our #emscommunity. Thank you doctors, nurses, public health workers, pharmacists, grocery store workers, restaurant workers, first responders, truck drivers, mail and package carriers, and custodial and sanitation workers, along with many others for helping us stay safe! We are #emsproud! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is #CensusDay and #EveryoneCounts. Whether you’re living with your siblings, your parents, your grandparents, or family friends -- EVERYONE in your home should get counted on your census. The census affects funding for schools, roads and hospitals, firefighters, and resources for people who need it most. It helps elect community leaders on school boards and city councils. You have the power to make a difference, right now -- from your house -- by going online, calling the Census Bureau, or by filling out your paper form once it comes in the mail. Get counted today. For more information, visit 2020census.gov/. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stay Safe Online!
With the increase in internet traffic due to distance learning and people working from home, there are a large number of scams circulating to capitalize on the pandemic and issues surrounding it. Keep these things in mind:

- EMS ISD will never ask for your password(s) or personal information in an email.
- Personal Protection Equipment(PPE) is NOT being given away for free by responding to a social media post or email.
- Toilet paper and other items are not going to be given away free for responding to email, surveys or social media posts.
- Never provide your user ID and/or password(s) through email or social media.
- Make sure your applications on phones and computers are up-to-date. Most companies are actively trying to protect users from bad actors by updating applications more often as threats are being identified.
- If something looks strange it probably is. Contact the source using a trusted method to verify.
- Our Technology Department is here to help you if you encounter an issue during distance learning. The EMS ISD Help Desk will take calls from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm weekdays at 817-847-2990.
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