Early Release Due to Severe Weather
Month of the Military Child
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2023 Early Dismissal December 21, 2023
Labor Day
     BE PREPARED FOR EXTREME HEAT  Prepare as a family for extreme heat. This is crucial to make sure everyone is safe during hot weather conditions. Here are some ways to prepare:  Stay informed on weather forecasts and heat advisories.  Apply sunscreen with  a high SPF.  Drink plenty of water.  Create a family  emergency plan.  Use A/C, fans, and shade to stay cool.  Wear lightweight, loose-fitting, and light-colored clothing.  Limit outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day (usually between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.).    FOR AN ACTIVITY BOOKLET ON  PREPARING FOR EXTREME HEAT:  Visit http://bit.ly/3Ot57XL  or scan the QR code provided.   STAY HYDRATED!  Did you know that you should drink  half of your weight in ounces of water  per day? Drinking water is the best  way to stay hydrated! Drinking is not  the only way to get the fluids you  need to be hydrated though. Fruit is  a great source of hydration. In fact,  watermelon is 92% water, making it  the perfect hydrating fruit to eat in  this extreme heat.   FEATURE:    The 5-2-1-0 Feature is brought to you by:     #HealthiestWeightFL     SHARE YOUR 5-2-1-0 FUN ON SOCIAL MEDIA:    Extreme Heat  Special Edition   epares you for extreme heat!    FIND MORE 5-2-1-0 RESOURCES: https://bit.ly/HealthyOkaloosa5210   Source:Ready.gov     Source: The Family Nutritionist
Back to School Sales Tax Holiday July 24-August 6 2023
Get Ready to Stuff The Bus! Back to school supply drive July 29,2023
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FAST Testing
Summer Feeding Program
April is the Month of the Military Child
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