News Letter from Mr. SchultePublished on March 30, 2020
Please know that the faculty, staff and I think about you daily. How strange it is to be carrying on virtual meetings and planning for how we can continue learning opportunities, knowing that we will not see the smiling faces of all of our students each day. We all hope that you all have remained healthy and had opportunities to connect with each other at home in a positive and encouraging way. As a school team, we have been planning for how we can reconnect with you by providing learning opportunities during this time of school closure. Please read through the information after this note. It outlines where you’ll be able to access these opportunities electronically. If you have any questions as we navigate this new experience, please connect with your child’s teacher through email to get those questions answered.
The plan right now is that we will not be having school until Monday, April 13. That may change, with cases of COVID-19 accelerating in our state. Please stay tuned and we will give you updates when we have those to share.
While we know that these opportunities don’t replace the classroom experience your child received when we were meeting face-to-face, we really encourage you all to take advantage of what will be presented. The opportunities are not designed to be burdensome, but rather, to keep engaging students’ brains in learning so that we don’t lose too much ground during this closure. Thanks for encouraging your kiddos in their learning.
We will get through this. We care about you and your child(ren). The health and safety of all is first and foremost. When the state determines we are safe to return, we look forward to having the energy and enthusiasm of the students back in the building. Until then, let us know how we can help.