Wareham Public Schools

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  • December 21, 2022

     

    Dear Families,

     

    I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a happy holiday season. The first part of the school year has gone very well, and we look forward to a positive and enriching 2023 with your children.

     

    As we move into the winter months, we are taking steps to help stem the tide of any potential COVID outbreaks in our schools. With this in mind, we are sending home today, Wednesday, December 21st, an at-home COVID-19 rapid test with every student to administer at the end of the holiday break. I ask that you test your child the day before returning to school on January 3, 2023. Ensuring that our students return to school with a negative COVID test will help to support our goal of keeping our students in school rather than at home sick. Please know that testing is not required and we will not be asking for test results. I only ask that if your child tests positive that you have him/her stay home and consult with your pediatrician.

     

    At the bottom of this letter I have included two links to information from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the American Academy of Pediatrics on steps to prevent illness and stay healthy this winter.

     

    Thank you for your continued support and I wish you all a Happy New Year and a safe holiday break.

     

    Sincerely,

    Matthew D'Andrea, LP.D.

    Superintendent of Schools

    The two links from mass.gov and Massachusetts Chapter of the AMerican Academy of Pediatrics.

     

     

    http://files.hria.org/files/FL3601.pdf

     

     

    https://www.doe.mass.edu/covid19/on-desktop/2022-1101preventinghttp://files.hria.org/files/FL3601.pdf-fall-illness.pdf

     

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  • All students between the ages of 14 – 17 should complete the Employment Permit Application that can be found on our website, Student Work Permits. The student should have the prospective employer complete the Promise of Employment section of the application form; have it signed by the parent/guardian/custodian of the student, and sign it as the minor student.

    If a student is 14 or 15 years old, the student must have the Physician’s Certificate of Health portion of the application completed in order to receive a work permit.

    Please call 508-291-3500 x3541 (registrar, Tracy McGraw) with questions or to schedule your appointment.

     

    For Wareham Public Schools students, we will use your school record as proof of age.

     

    For non-Wareham Public Schools students, please bring students' birth certificate  with your completed application to your appointment.

     

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