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Don’t Pay Until You Stay

Unlike most other hotel reservation websites, we usually do not charge your credit card at the time you make a reservation.xxx

In fact 95% of our reservations do not require an advance payment of any sort.

We do ask for your credit card information to guarantee the first night of your reservation for late arrival. But in most cases, nothing is charged to your credit card until you check out of the hotel.

Some discount rates are an exception to this rule. However, all advance charges are clearly explained before you enter your credit card information. Please read this information carefully.

Debit cards. If you have a credit card, we recommend that you use it rather than a debit card.

If you use a debit card to guarantee your reservation, the hotel may charge your bank account in advance even if your reservation doesn’t require prepayment.

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  4. No Advance payment for most reservations
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Hotel Tips

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  • Read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation.
  • When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Print it and take it with you to the hotel.
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Free Summer Meals

Did you know that School Nutrition Services provides meals at multiple locations throughout the summer? Summer meals are available at most summer school sites as well as many sites around the community. All children & youth ages 18 and under are welcome to participate in this program. Please see the flyer for serving places and times. Contact School Nutrition at 757-547-1470 for any questions.

  • Become a School Bus Driver!

    Chesapeake Public Schools is currently seeking dependable, conscientious individuals to serve as bus drivers and bus assistants for our school division. We provide all training necessary to acquire a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and skills necessary for operating a school bus. Call 757-547-0001.
    School bus driver employment flier (pdf). Apply now to become a bus driver.
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    Events

    • Chesapeake Public Schools Summer Hours of Operation

    June 19 – August 18

    Monday-Thursday, closed Fridays
    7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
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    Meetings

    • School Board Meeting
      August 14
      6:00 p.m.
      School Administration Building
      Meeting Agenda for August 14, 2017 (pdf)
    • School Board Meeting
      August 28
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  • School Board Planning Meeting
    September 21
    4:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
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  • School Board Meeting
    September 25
    6:00 p.m.
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    Washington, D.C. is as divided as it has ever been, and it has become difficult to set politics aside and get things done. But fortunately the Pickens Plan benefited from a bipartisan team that came together to promote a plan that has our nation’s best interests in mind.

    For the latest episode of the Pickens Podcast, I sat down with Rich Galen, a columnist and former press secretary for U.S. Senators Dan Quayle (R-IN) and Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX), and Amy Weiss, former White House Deputy Press Secretary to President Bill Clinton and press secretary and campaign manager for U.S. Rep Mike Synar (D-OK). These two have reached across the aisle to help make the Pickens Plan work. It just goes to show how successful you can be when you can look past personal politics to focus on a mission.

    Without question, America is a nation committed to environmental leadership. All you have to do is look at how much cleaner our country has gotten over the last 10 years through the expanded use of natural gas. But the Paris Climate Accord is another bad deal negotiated by the Obama Administration, and America should applaud Continue reading T. Boone Pickens Statement on President Trump s Paris Climate Accord Decision

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    What is a Gastrostomy Tube?

    Gastrostomy (G-Tube) is the insertion of a tube through the abdomen wall and into the stomach. The tube is used for feeding or drainage. It can be inserted with surgery or by more minimally invasive means, such as under x-ray guidance by an interventional radiologist.

    Reason for Placement

    The purpose of gastrostomy tube placement is generally to provide a patient temporary or permanent feeding directly through a tube in the stomach. Reasons for difficulty feeding may be from disorders of the mouth, esophagus, or stomach. Gastrostomy tube placement may also be indicated in disorders causing obstruction of the intestines.

    The procedure is relatively simple and safe. As with any invasive procedure, patients should not be currently taking medications which affect the ability of blood clotting (aspirin, plavix, coumadin, heparin, etc). If a patient is on any of these medications, they should notify the physician performing the procedure to determine what changes in medication administration should be made prior to gastrostomy placement. In addition, some prescription medications may increase risks associated with anesthesia.

    Prior to the gastrostomy, the patient will meet with the physician and supporting staff to explain the procedure and evaluate any special conditions that may affect tube placement. The patient will likely be asked to have blood drawn to evaluate for any bleeding disorder. It is important that you do not drink or eat 6 hours prior to the procedure.

    Gastrostomy tube insertion can be performed by an interventional radiologist, gastroenterologist, or general surgeon. Interventional radiologists use x-ray guidance and minimally invasive techniques to perform the procedure. This generally results in less complications and faster recovery time. It also allows the patient to avoid the need for general anesthesia (where the patient is place in a deep sleep). Interventional radiologists will use conscious sedation (the patient will be in a twilight sleep). Pain medication will be given as well in order to minimize any discomfort.

    After the patient is given conscious sedation, the skin on the abdominal wall will be cleaned and ‘numbed up’. Then a small incision will be made on the upper left aspect of the abdomen. Next, a small incision is made on the skin. This allows passage of a small plastic tube into the stomach. The inside of the tube is hollow and will allow feeding material to be delivered to the stomach. Once the tube is in place it will be secured to the abdominal wall and stomach. No stitches are needed. The procedure in Radiology, is performed while using x-rays to guide placement of the tube. The tube is placed with the use of T-fastner that hold the Stomach to the Abdominal wall for placement. These will need to be removed in 10-14 days. You will be given Intructions prior to discharge.

    Gastrostomy tube placement itself lasts approximately 30 min – 1-hour. Usually the patient can have gastrostomy tube placement and not require overnight hospitalization. The patient and their family will be instructed on care of the tube and discharged after the sedative medication resolves. The patient will stay approximately 2 hours after the tube is placed in the holding recovery area.

    Immediately following the procedure, the patient MUST NOT EAT OR DRINK FOR 12 HOURS. After 12 hours water may be place through the tube After 24 hours the patient can begin clear feedings through the tube. Feedings are then gradually increased.as tolerated.

    Patients and their families are taught how to care for the tube, recognize and prevent infection around the tube, how to feed through the tube, how to handle tube blockage, what to do if the tube pulls out, and what normal activities can be continued.

    There are few risks associated with this procedure. The main potential complications are infection, bleeding, dislodgment of the tube, stomach bloating, and nausea. You should report these complications if they are not controlled by the medications provided. Dislodgment of the tube should be reported immediately.

    If you elect to have this procedure done, please click «HERE » to print, read and sign the consent forms. The physician will go over the entire procedure with you during your appointment to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have.


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    Don’t Pay Until You Stay

    Unlike most other hotel reservation websites, we usually do not charge your credit card at the time you make a reservation.xxx

    In fact 95% of our reservations do not require an advance payment of any sort.

    We do ask for your credit card information to guarantee the first night of your reservation for late arrival. But in most cases, nothing is charged to your credit card until you check out of the hotel.

    Some discount rates are an exception to this rule. However, all advance charges are clearly explained before you enter your credit card information. Please read this information carefully.

    Debit cards. If you have a credit card, we recommend that you use it rather than a debit card.

    If you use a debit card to guarantee your reservation, the hotel may charge your bank account in advance even if your reservation doesn’t require prepayment.

    HotelGuides.com

    7 reasons to book with us

    1. Lowest rate guarantee
    2. No booking fees
    3. We show all discounts
    4. No Advance payment for most reservations
    5. Satisfaction guarantee
    6. Prompt & personal US customer service
    7. Cash rewards

    Learn More

    Hotel Tips

    • Beware non-refundable hotel reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them.
    • Read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation.
    • When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Print it and take it with you to the hotel.
    • The earlier in the day you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.

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