September 4th, 2020
Hello Bryant Families,
SACC is coming to Bryant!
- Children that are enrolled in SACC can attend on their in-person school day. Hours during Phase 1 are 2:20-5:30.
- Click on the link for registration.
- Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email with either information on start dates or an email stating you have been placed on the wait list. We can only take the first 20 children so please be sure to sign up ASAP.
Attendance During Phase 1
- K-5 Phase 1 Remote Learning Attendance/ Engagement Procedure
In the blended/ in-person environment (AA/C/BB) attendance will be taken by the classroom teacher daily. While remote, if a student is unable to participate synchronously once a day, the student/ guardian will need to check-in with their classroom teacher via e-mail, messenger, phone, etc. During a student’s remote learning days, if the student’s classroom teacher does not receive a “check-in” by 9:00 pm, the student will be marked absent for the day. After 10 absences, a meeting will be held with student’s parent/guardians and building principal to determine student’s educational placement.
- K-5 Digital Learning Attendance/ Engagement Procedure
Attendance will be taken by the digital learning teacher once daily, with the expectation that students check-in synchronously a minimum of two times daily. If a student is unable to participate synchronously once a day, the student/ guardian will need to check-in with their Digital Learning teacher via e-mail, messenger, phone, etc. If the student’s Digital Learning teacher does not receive a “check-in” by 9:00 pm, the student will be marked absent for the day. After 10 absences, a meeting will be held with student’s parent/guardians and building principal to determine student’s educational placement.
Signing Onto Chromebooks
An Update on the Cleaning Products:
The list if cleaning products that will be used in schools can now be found on the district website using the link below.
If you have any questions, please email Kalli Kind, HSD1 Director of Support Services at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Lewis and Clark County is working with the Awareness Network to create a community of parents who are smart about mental health and suicide prevention.
Through their partnership, the organizations are offering free training to parents in the county and rewarding them with $5 gift cards for participating.
The most popular course, which is held twice a month, is Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR).
This training is intended for people from all walks of life, QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) is a two-hour course designed to teach “gatekeepers” warning signs of a suicidal crisis and how to help. Gatekeepers can include parents, friends, neighbors, siblings, co-workers, supervisors, teachers, coaches, caseworkers, police officers, and firefighters, among many others. The process follows three steps: (1) Question if a person is considering suicide, (2) Persuade them to seek and accept help, and (3) Refer the person to appropriate resources.
Together, we can prevent suicide.
Register for upcoming QPR and other free courses for adults at https://lcsuicideprevention.org/parents/
To learn more about the Awareness Network and the scholarships they provide for youth mental health services in Lewis and Clark County, please visit www.awarenessnetwork.org