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Johnston, Jody
Lemenager, Erika
Assistant Principal

School Volunteers

Egling Middle School encourages parents to join our team by volunteering some time at the school.  If you are interested, please see the attached link to our school volunteer brochure.

Volunteer Brochure


4-6th Grade Honor Roll Awards Night



Illness/Injury:  If your child is ill or injured during school hours, he/she will be assessed by a Registered Nurse.  You will NOT be contacted each time your child visits the school nurse, however, in the event your child appears to have a serious illness/injury, every effort will be made to notify you.  Please be sure all phone numbers and health care information is kept current throughout the school year.

Children with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher will be sent home immediately.  Please keep students home from school until they remain fever-free (below 100 degrees) for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication.   Children with other symptoms of a possibly communicable disease will also be sent home from school at the discretion of the school nurse.  If your child has been diagnosed with a possibly contagious illness, such as flu or strep throat, please notify the school nurse as soon as possible.


Lice:  Head lice are a common community problem. They are not dangerous and do not transmit disease.  The school nurse will notify parents of the student with lice or nits and recommend treatment that evening.  The student will not be sent home for nits, but will be for live lice. Students may return to school the next day if they have received home treatment.  A letter will not be sent to other parents in that classroom unless an unusual clustering of live head lice cases (2 or more) is discovered in the classroom.


Being in school all day, every day, helps your child get the most out of middle school.  Encourage good attendance with these ideas:

  • Point out that there is no substitute for being in class.  Your child needs to be present to hear teachers explain concepts, to participate in group projects and class discussions, and to ask questions.
  • Schedule doctor, dentist and orthodontist appointments for before or after school hours whenever possible.  If you can’t, try to arrange them for lunchtime.
  • It will be easier for your child to get up on time for school if he has had at least nine hours of sleep.  Set a reasonable bedtime, and make sure he puts away electronic devices.



The dress code at Egling Middle School is in place to ensure an environment of professionalism, decency, and safety.  When your student leaves for school in the morning, please check to ensure:

  1. Shorts/skirts are at or near fingertip length.
  2. No undergarments or spaghetti straps are showing.  This includes under sheer, see through or lacy tops or cover-ups.  All straps that are exposed need to be at least one inch wide.
  3. No sagging pants or shorts.  Please wear a belt if necessary.
  4. No gang or gang related attire (including red belts, bandanas or bandana decorated clothing and shoes, and hats, etc. that are gang affiliated).

2016 Graduation Ceremony

Today: 3/24/17
All Day: Dental Screening
1:40 PM EMS Whole School Spelling Bee

Electronic Newsletter

In an effort to go green and save some money for our schools in the process, we are sending our weekly bulletin and monthly newsletter by e-mail.  Please contact Barbara Reece in the office if we don't have your e-mail address on file.


The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.