On August 3, we would like to give First-Fifth grade parents the chance to drop off school supplies before the first day of school. In doing this drop off, our goal is to reduce the amount of first day stress and the supplies your child will need to carry the first day.
We will have parent volunteers located at the front of the school under the covered area between 10 a.m. and noon to collect any school supplies. The line will form using the "car rider" route. The parent volunteer will come to your car to collect the supplies, so please do not exit your vehicle. The supplies will be placed in a labeled bin to be given to your child's teacher.
If you will participate in this event, please be sure to label each item with your child's name and grade that you are dropping off. Please also have everything in tied bags with the same information on the outside of each bag. This will help us quickly gather the items and place them in the appropriate bin.
Unwanted calls not only interrupt your daily activities: Many of them are intended to scam you.
Your best option is a call-blocking application, which can stop scam phone calls before they are answered. Some apps also silence calls from unknown numbers and send suspicious calls straight to voice mail. Some call-blocking apps are free, but it may be worth a few dollars to get one that is highly rated. You can also check to see if your mobile phone carrier has its own call-blocking app.
Another way to stop these calls is to use the Do Not Disturb setting, which can silence all calls from unrecognized numbers between certain hours of the day or send them straight to voice mail.
Finally, remember to blockthe numbers for any robocalls you have accidentally answered.
Additionally, if you've accidentally answered a scam call, you can report the number of the caller and the call-back number to the Federal Trade Commission at FTC.gov/calls. According to Megan Gordon's article dated August 23, 2019, the FTC used these reports to take action against scammers in Operation Call it Quits in June, during which it filed 94 actions against illegal robocallers.
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