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Coronavirus  (COVID 2019)

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ODE Guidance for for Social/Emotional Health
Guidance for K-12 Administrators
COVID 2019 Fact Sheet
Stop The Spread of Germs

Prevent Child Injury in the Home during the Pandemic-Day of Action
This information has been shared with us by the ODH Violence and Injury Prevention Program.
I’m reaching out to you today as a fellow injury prevention advocate. The ripple effects of this pandemic are still unknown, but there is one thing that is likely to happen – an increase in injuries to children in the home. 
Quarantines and social distancing are leading to a perfect storm for potential injuries. You have families who are feeling stuck at home, some parents who are trying to juggle working from home while trying to keep children entertained, and an influx of potentially harmful products in the home (cleaning supplies, etc). 
With the health system already under stress, it’s important that we all do what we can to lower the burden on our medical professionals. It is more important than ever to keep people out of the health care system to leave room for urgent needs. 
This virus has hit us hard and fast. The first phase of this pandemic has been about getting people to understand and realize just how serious this is. As we move into the second phase, it is time to start addressing some of the ripple effects. As such, we would like to gather all of our partners in the injury field to join us as a partner with Prevent Child Injury in a Day of Action on Wednesday, March 25th to talk about #StuckAtHomeSafety. 
Prevent Child Injury will be creating some materials that can be used on this day. These materials will be available on the www.preventchildinjury.org website along with links to materials from trusted resources. 
In addition to posting tweets using the hashtag #StuckAtHomeSafety on Wed, March 25th, we would love for you to join us for a Twitter chat at 4 pm EST that day. 
We see this as a way for the child injury prevention community to come together to make a difference and help families stay healthy and safe during this time. We plan to focus on why this is important and what types of things families can do to prevent home-related injuries. 
We know this is a VERY short time frame but we think it is really important to get the information out there as soon as possible so we can get ahead of this potential issue. 
We hope that you and your organization will join CIRP, Prevent Child Injury, Parents Magazine and others in this Day of Action. By all of us talking in one voice at one time, we will help families hear the importance of this issue. 
To make sure we don’t lessen the impact of the day, please save the use of this hashtag until Wednesday. 
Let me know if you have any questions. We hope that you will join in this vital effort. We will let you know more information as it becomes available.  
Thank you, 
Tracy Mehan
Translational Research Team
Center for Injury Research and Policy
Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH 

COVID Newsletter

Transcript Information

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Military Wall

If you are a graduate of Clinton-Massie High School and served in the United States Military, we would like to gather some information to add your name to our Military Wall. Thank you for the information and thank you for serving The United States of America! Click here to fill out our form.

BAC Updated Plan

Click here to read the Southern Ohio ESC, Clinton and Fayette county Business Advisory Council Plan for the Academic Year 2019-2020.

SOESC 2020 Clinton-Fayette County Business Advisory Council Joint Statement

According to state law, the advisory council and its district board or ESC governing board should issue a joint statement by March 1 each year. This statement should report progress on work they outlined in the council’s plan for that year, summarize actions taken and actions pending, and specify how the council and board have fulfilled their respective responsibilities under the law.

YMCA Childcare Information

YMCA Childcare

Countryside YMCA offers convenient child care right here in our school district! Preschoolers, kindergartners, and school-age children have a fun, safe place to play and learn year-round. For more information, contact Administrator Michelle Wood at 937-289-9081 or check the Y’s website at www.countrysideymca.org.  
Details of the YMCA program:
·       Loving, dedicated, educated, trained staff ·       Open communication with parents ·       Assist with homework for you to enjoy more family time ·       Building of friendships ·       Safe environment, outdoor playtime ·       Nutritional Breakfast and Snack ·       Location in the Clinton Massie School ·       Human service vouchers accepted   ·       Care offered year round for in-service days, all school breaks, early dismissal, etc.


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