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Robert McBee - 7th Grade Math
School phone: 936-348-3587
Conference period: 10:42-11:32
What can be better than 7th grade math in Madisonville?  Well, there are some things that are better, but not many.  There's always Hawaii or Fiji or someplace high up in the mountains.  But in reality and at school, math is extremely important and pretty cool if you know how numbers work.  For most people, math is used in some way every day and is an important part of life for adults.  Because of that, I give you my promise that I will do my best to help educate your child and make them successful.  Thank you for entrusting me with your child!
JH Health Highlights
1. COVID-19 Health Screening
a. All students who accept on-campus instruction affirm that COVID-19 screenings
will occur at home daily and that they will abide by COVID-19 health and safety
2. Families will NOT send students to school if they have a lab-confirmed COVID-19
diagnosis or any of the following COVID-19 symptoms: feeling feverish or fever 100.4 or
greater, loss of taste or smell, cough, difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, headache,
chills, sore throat, shaking or exaggerated shivering, significant muscle pain or ache,
diarrhea. Families must immediately notify the school if a child has COVID-19
symptoms (described above) or if the student has tested positive for COVID-19.
3. Families must also immediately notify the school if a child has had close contact with a
symptomatic individual or an individual who is lab-confirmed with COVID-19, and the
student should not report to campus. After review by the school nurse, the student may
be required to remain off-campus for up to a 14-day incubation period.
Parents/caregivers are strongly encouraged to opt to have their students receive remote
instruction for the 14-day incubation period.
4. Face covering required for all students and must be worn at all times.
a. TEA Guidelines : Students will wear face coverings on buses, hallways, common
areas, and when social distancing is not feasible, including in classrooms, to the
extent it is developmentally appropriate. This applies to both school (indoor and
outdoor) and bus settings.
5. Hand washing and/or hand sanitizer will be required before entering and leaving the
classroom. It will also be used before and after meals.
a. Hand sanitation stations will be available at designated entrances and other
areas throughout the building. Everyone will be encouraged and instructed on
how to perform hand hygiene according to CDC guidelines.
6. Students will not be allowed to use the water fountain for drinking but can use the water
fountains to fill their water bottles (Clear water bottles or containers).