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    Dear McMullen Booth Families, 

    As we continue through the winter months, I wanted to take this opportunity to remind our families about what COVID symptoms to be looking for when making the decision on whether or not to keep your child home from school.  Attached to this email, I am including a flyer in both English and Spanish that include the COVID symptoms which we require students to be kept at home.  Also remember that if a family member in the household has a positive test result, or the child has had close contact with a COVID 19 positive person, they must stay home.  Please call the school and let us know if this is the situation so that we can give you specific protocols in relation to your specific case as each case is unique.  

    With Thanksgiving break approaching, please have your child participate in the Thanksgiving break challenge.  This challenge will be coming home with students on Friday.  Students who bring back the BINGO card will be entered to win house points towards the end of the marking period celebration. 

    As always I want to thank you for your support of McMullen Booth Elementary School.  Have a safe, restful, and healthy Thanksgiving holiday. 

    Stephanie Whitaker 



    COVID symptoms English-Spanish.pdf  


    Estimadas familias de McMullen Booth,

    A medida que avanzamos durante los meses de invierno, quería aprovechar esta oportunidad para recordarles a nuestras familias los síntomas de COVID que deben buscar al tomar la decisión de mantener o no a su hijo en casa sin ir a la escuela. Adjunto a este correo electrónico, incluyo un volante en inglés y en español que incluye los síntomas de COVID que requerimos que los estudiantes mantengan en casa. También recuerde que si un miembro de la familia en el hogar tiene un resultado positivo en la prueba, o el niño ha tenido contacto cercano con una persona positiva a COVID 19, debe quedarse en casa. Llame a la escuela y háganos saber si esta es la situación para que podamos brindarle protocolos específicos en relación con su caso específico, ya que cada caso es único.

    Ahora que se acercan las vacaciones de Acción de Gracias, haga que su hijo participe en el desafío de las vacaciones de Acción de Gracias. Este desafío llegará a casa con los estudiantes el viernes. Los estudiantes que traigan la tarjeta BINGO serán inscritos para ganar puntos de la casa hacia el final de la celebración del período de calificaciones.

    Como siempre, quiero agradecerles por su apoyo a la Escuela Primaria McMullen Booth. Tenga unas vacaciones de Acción de Gracias seguras, tranquilas y saludables.



    Thank you.

    Stephanie Whitaker


    McMullen Booth Elementary School







     updated 11/18/20


    Dear Pinellas County Schools students, families, and staff,

    We know this year has been unique, and everyone is ready to enjoy their Thanksgiving break with family and friends.

    Pinellas County residents had been doing a great job slowing the spread of COVID-19 in our community, and our positivity rate had been under 5% for much of the summer and early fall. However, over the last few weeks, we have seen case counts and positivity rates rise both locally and around the country.

    We know that COVID fatigue is real, but we ask you to continue to take steps to keep your family and community healthy throughout the Thanksgiving break.

    • Please continue to practice social distancing.
    • Avoid congregating in large groups, even with family and friends who are not a part of your daily contact group.
    • Plan outdoor activities.
    • Use face coverings and keep hand sanitizer handy for you and your family.
    • And if you or someone in your household feels ill, please stay home.

    As a reminder, COVID-19 symptoms include fever, new or persistent cough, loss of taste or smell, headache, sore throat, fatigue or stomach issues.

    We sincerely appreciate your continued diligence when it comes to the health of our students and staff.  What happens in our community, happens in our schools, and we need everyone to do their part so we can keep our schools open and operating.

    If we all take the proper precautions, we will have a healthy holiday season and continue to have a successful school year.

    Thank you.

    Sara O'Toole, R.N.
    Managing Officer, School Health Services
    Pinellas County Schools