Volumen 15, Edicion 10 - Enero 14, 2022
Student drop off is 7:50am
NEW DISTRICT COVID PROTOCOLS!
Please familiarize yourself with the NEW and UPDATED district COVID protocol flow chart posted below!
Minutos de Sra. Hutchins
Welcome to 2022!
Aside from the lengthy windstorm, we hope everyone’s new year has started well! We are happy to be back together! Second semester always seems to go super quick, so get ready!
I am hopeful that our families can help us, and the State Troopers keep an eye out for our school’s ATV that unfortunately was stolen shortly after the new year. The ATV is a 2013 green Polaris Sportsman 500 HOS with a Polaris winch and 60” plow blade attached. The ATV is in pristine condition with less than 20 miles. The State Troopers have the 4-wheeler listed as stolen, so hopefully they will get a lead. A likeness photo is below.
Next Monday is a Holiday, so there is NO SCHOOL. All schools are closed, Monday, January 17th. See you at the front doors January 18th! Enjoy the long weekend!
“This year: Break a bad habit, learn a new skill, do a good deed, visit a new place, read a difficult book, write and send a letter, try a new food, and take a risk.”
Morning Drop-Off Safety Requirements!
- STUDENTS MUST STAY IN PARENT VEHICLE UNTIL STAFF ARE PRESENT AT FRONT DOOR
- VEHICLES MUST PULL ALL THE WAY FORWARD
- PARENTS MAY NOT GET OUT OF VEHICLE AT SIDEWALK – PARK IN THE PARKING LOT INSTEAD
- STUDENTS MUST BE READY TO EXIT VEHICLE AT SIDEWALK – DO NOT DELAY OTHER PARENTS
- SCHOOL DOORS CLOSE AT 8:00AM – STUDENTS MUST RING DOORBELL WHEN ARRIVING AFTER 8:00AM
- PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY, USE BLINKER WHEN NECESSARY, AND BE AWARE OF SURROUNDINGS
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PROMPT ATTENTION!
With cold and darkness upon us and the holidays approaching, now is a great time to revisit mental health resources for staff, students, and families. While the holidays are a joyous time for many, they often bring up feelings of grief, loss, and isolation. Click on the link below for several resources that can help navigate stress, trauma, and loss.
Students practice their Spanish number recognition with Sra. Francisco and Sr. Pantoja!
Maksym & Hunter add stickers to their “I’m an Awesome Kiddo” chart in Mrs. Hutchins’ office – Way to go boys!