Reminders for elementary families

Monday, February 15, 2021

Please take your time and use caution getting your child to school tomorrow!

We are looking forward to having our 3-5th grade Hybrid Learning students join our K-2nd grade Hybrid Learning students back in the classroom tomorrow!


While much of the snow and ice has melted, many streets and sidewalks are covered with snow. We want to remind you to take extra time and use caution when getting your student to school tomorrow!


Bus stops may have piles of snow, so please remind your child of the importance of waiting away from the road (and not on the road!) and to wait until the bus comes to a complete stop before approaching.


We are evaluating road conditions this evening and tomorrow, and while we do not anticipate having another snow day, please watch for any updates from us tomorrow around 6 a.m. No news is good news!


If we were to call a snow day tomorrow, K-5th grade Hybrid & Connected Learning students should follow the schedule outlined in our Winter Weather Plan. Students should check their teacher's Google Classroom/SeeSaw for information and updates.

Welcome back grades 3-5 Hybrid Learning students!

Back-to-Buildings Family Guide

Families with Hybrid Learning Students: we encourage you to review the the elementary Back-to-Buildings Family Guide with your student before sending them to school!

Don't forget to complete your student's Health Assessment form!

A daily health assessment (also called “attestation”) is required for all students before entering a school building for face-to-face learning.


This week, families will need to complete a printed copy of the Health Assessment form for each student attending school in-person.


Before sending your child to school, we ask parents to:

  • Take their child’s temperature

  • Complete the printed Health Assessment form (click below to download).

  • Send the form to school with your student.


Students will turn-in the form upon arrival at school and have their temperature taken again.


Students without a signed Health Assessment card must complete an in-person health assessment given by a staff member prior to entering school.


Forms were mailed to all 3-5 Hybrid Learning pathway students. If you did not receive the form, click below to download.

Masks

Reminder! Students must must wear a cloth face covering or disposable mask while while at school and on the bus.


Gaiters, bandanas and face shields are not permitted.


Please visit www.BremertonSchools.org/Masks for mask information and resources to help you prepare your student for wearing masks at school!

Students encouraged to bring refillable water bottles from home

Drinking fountains are turned off in our schools but water bottle filling stations will be available. Students are encouraged to bring refillable water bottles from home.


If your student does not have access to a reusable water bottle, please contact your child's school.

School Meals for Hybrid Learning Pathway students:

When students are at school, they will eat lunch and pick-up a bagged breakfast for the following day.


When students are learning at home, the following options are available:

  • Pick up meals during meal pick-up time (9:30 - 11 a.m.) at any school
  • Get a meal delivered by bus (Click here to view the meal delivery bus routes & schedule for your neighborhood.)

Families dropping off K-2 Hybrid students at school in the morning may pick-up meals for their siblings at school from 8:05-8:30 a.m., or during regular meal pick-up time (9:30 - 11 a.m.)

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Click any graphic below to access information!

www.BremertonSchools.org/clinic

The Peninsula Community Health Services school-based health clinic at Mountain View Middle School is open!

www.BremertonSchools.org/2020-21

View past updates, 2020-21 school year information, and find resources here!

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