December 16, 2021
Corron Mission Statement
From the Principal
In two short weeks, 2021 will be coming to a close. It has been a unique year for us all, with many changes and challenges. The one thing that has stayed constant is the sense of community we have here at Corron. I want to thank each and every one of you for your support of our staff over this past year. Your positive feedback and expressions of gratitude have had a huge impact on the work that we do with our students and families. One of my favorite times of the day is our arrival time - not just because I love to greet the students, but also because I enjoy my interactions with our families. It is definitely a bucket filler for me each day, and I know the rest of the staff feels the same way!
I hope that all of our Corron families are able to take time this holiday season to focus on spending quality time together with friends and family. Enjoy your time off, and stay healthy!
December 13-17 - Corron Spirit Week (see below)
Friday, December 17
Last Day of School in 2021
Holiday class parties - 1:45 - 3:00 PM
December 20 - December 31 - Winter Break/NO SCHOOL
Monday, January 3
Institute Day - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Tuesday, January 4
Tuesday, January 11 - Picture Retakes
From the Art Teachers
Dear Corron Families,
If you have these items sitting around the house after the holidays and would like to donate to the Corron Art Studio, we would be forever grateful!
- 2021 Calendars (appropriate imagery please)
- Fabric ribbon from all of the opened packages...even those little bits that come on pajamas packs. JUST THE RIGHT SIZE FOR WEAVING!
- Cardboard sheets....you know the kind that is included in the packaging to keep stuff straight...NO CARDBOARD BOXES PLEASE.
- Kid appropriate magazines.
Thank you and enjoy winter break,
Mrs. Hubbs and Miss Stay
Crossing Guard Position Available
E-Learning Plan and Emergency Days
The School Board has approved an E-Learning plan that gives the district the option to offer remote learning in place of emergency days. Currently, our last day of school is Tuesday, May 24, which is the week before Memorial Day. As we move into the winter months, we want to update you on the plan for how the district will manage emergency days and e-learning days.
If we experience inclement weather, the first three days will be “snow days” that will be made up at the end of the school year on May 25, 26, and 27 as needed.
Subsequent emergency days will be remote days so the last attendance day will still be before Memorial Day.
If there is a long stretch of inclement weather (blizzard, polar vortex, etc.), we may split the days into “snow days” and e-learning days so as to not have too many non-attendance days in a row.
Updated Covid-19 Interim Exclusion Guide from IDPH
From the Health Office
D303 is looking for Substitute Nurses!
Do you have a friend, neighbor or relative who has a nursing license
and is looking for work?
A D303 substitute nurse has a flexible schedule, an opportunity use their nursing skills
and work in any of our 18 district school buildings.
Many former D303 substitutes have gone on to become district employees.
Please share the following contact information:
Juanita Gryfinski, Dept Chair, D303 Health Services at 331-228-3834 or email@example.com
Kristen Pozna, District Substitute Coordinator at 331-228-4924 or firstname.lastname@example.org.