Central Community Newsletter

April 2021

Dear CCES Families,

Spring is here and parent teacher conferences will be coming right up. It is hard to believe that we are moving into the fourth quarter already. Although this year is not a typical year, we know our students have made progress and will continue to grow and learn. Some of you may worry about your child needing to "catch up" due to learning loss at the end of last school year. What we need to remember most is that we all have been living through a pandemic and our children have been learning and growing in ways that none of us could have imagined just a year ago. The things they have learned in the past year will stay with them for a lifetime. Meeting or not meeting a grade level benchmark will not be remembered and in the big picture shouldn't be. So, instead of learning loss try to think of it as different learning gained. Learning through experiences that have been different than traditional school. Our job as educators is to take our students where they are and give them the skills they need to move forward. Undoubtedly, CCES students are moving forward.


So, with parent teacher conferences on the horizon let's take the time to discuss all the ways our children have been learning even if that looks different than it has in any other school year.


And remember, as always we would love to hear from you and we are here if you need us.



Sincerely,

Mrs. Nickerson and Ms. Wyman

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