Principal's Update: January 29, 2015
Tuesday, February 10th
Early Release – 1:00pm Lunch Served
February 16th- 20th Winter Break
~ National Heart Month~
Dear Bishop Community,
Every year I take up the cause of fighting heart disease in February National Heart Month. Again
this year I ask for your help. Heart Disease is the number 1 killer of women, killing more women than all forms of cancer combined. Many deaths can be prevented, but most women don't notice the symptoms until it's too late. That is why it has been called the silent killer. You can help in 3 ways. Wear red. Raise your voice about Heart Disease and donate to support the ongoing research to help save lives of women across America. Celebrate Wear Red Day on Friday Feb 6 , 2015. You may send a donation any amount to Nurse Donna at the Bishop Health Office . Donations may be made by sending them in with your child or stopping by the Bishop Health Office.Any amount is appreciated. I would like to get students more involved this year. I have red Heart Fund bracelets students can have for a one dollar donation. I know they will be popular with the students so send in your dollar now before they are all gone!! Please help support this important cause.
Donna Bastoni RN BSN MEd, NCPN
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